New Blog on Forensics Launches this Week


A new blog by the name of Forensics Forum went live earlier this week. The brainchild of University of Virginia School of Law professor Brandon Garrett, Forensics Forum will cover forensic-centric news and current events, “including all forms of scientific evidence relevant in criminal cases, as well as new scientific research, policy developments, and legal developments in the area of forensic science,” says the site.

Students at Virginia School of Law will be largely responsible for providing its content, while the overall blog will be managed by Garrett. According to the blog’s site, guest contributors will be featured in the future and comments and feedback from readers are welcome. The blog is funded in part by support from the National Institute of Standards and Technology Forensic Science Center of Excellence.

To read recent posts and learn more about Forensics Forum, check out its


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