The study of evidence at the place of crime and used in the court of law for legal proceedings is known as forensics.It is any science used for the purpose of law, thereby producing the impartial scientific evidence in court of law for the finalization of justice to both criminal and the victim. Forensic is a multifaceted subject which mainly involves biology and chemistry but other tools like physics, geology, psychology, social sciences are also used.
A typical investigation normally gathers material evidence from the crime scene. Continue reading “Forensic and Crime”
Environmental science is a subject that covers a broad range of topics, incorporating both physical and biological sciences and applying these fields to the understanding of environmental problems. The ultimate aim of course, is that with enhanced understanding of the problems affecting the environment such as global warming, natural resource management and pollution control, we will be better informed to identify and implement solutions to these problems.
Wanting to save the planet is certainly a good reason to study environmental sciences but students need to be realistic in their dreams, and the chances of you personally identifying a new natural resource or single-handedly reversing the impact of climate change is slim. Continue reading “Why Study Environmental Science”
Various questions, particularly of interest to the legal system are now being answered by Forensic Science. Often referred to as forensics, Forensic Science is the application of different aspects of science in accordance to a civil action or a crime. It has been in practice since 212 BC and has become very instrumental in today’s times. The word “Forensics” is a synonym for “related to courts” or “legal” and fits perfectly to the use of this Science in recent years.
Forensic Scientists use the very best and the latest in technology to find evidences, convert small clues that were recovered from a crime scene to form admissible evidence in the legal proceedings. Continue reading “History of Forensic Science”
In the almost 15 years since I’ve graduated from high school I’ve notice the major changes in how children are educated. I feel like I’m not old enough to be say when I was a kid things were different, but I’m saying that on a regular basis. When I was a child, parents and educators seemed to work together more to provide a quality education for children. Continue reading “Creating the Best Math and Science Educational Experiences for Youth”