Crime Under the Microscope!: In the Forensics Lab
This book explores the forensic processes investigators use while magnifying clues in the crime lab. Readers will discover how forensic scientists use microscopes and night-tech magnifiers to examine fingerprints, bullets, DNA evidence, weapons, and more. They will try a variety of hands-on activities to see what being a forensic scientist is all about.
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