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Jellyfish inspire fast forensics fingerprint breakthrough

A new water soluble, non-toxic fluorescent spray that renders fingerprints visible in 10 seconds is being pioneered by an Anglo-Chinese university team – with inspiration from jellyfish.

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Jellyfish inspire fast forensics fingerprint breakthrough

A new water soluble, non-toxic fluorescent spray that renders fingerprints visible in 10 seconds is being pioneered by an Anglo-Chinese university team – with inspiration from jellyfish.

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How to minimise the risk of cross-contamination in laboratories

Cross-contamination is a major concern for any laboratory and can lead to false and inaccurate results. Andrew Powers discusses how to mitigate the risk of potential time and resource losses due to c…

Comment And Analysis

Van Leeuwenhoek's rich legacy endures three centuries on

He may have been a late starter in the field with which his name is indelibly associated but Antony van Leeuwenhoek's presence endures after 300 years says Professor Brian J Ford, in the shape of the…

Interviews

Science, in the cause of justice

Dame Sue Black shares her thoughts on forensic science, its uses and limitations, the impact of modern technologies and offers a steer to those seeking to follow in her footsteps.