If [forensic scientists] do not stand up for science, who will? We have the knowledge, the understanding, and the ability to explain our work, to condense it into relatable terms, and to counter notions with facts.
Virtual Issue Celebrating National Forensic Science Week!
The articles in this collection illustrate the breadth of the role of forensic anthropology in #MassDisasters, whether natural or human-made.
JFS Noteworthy Articles is a collection of JFS articles chosen to feature some of the most impactful scientific articles representing the breadth and multidisciplinary nature of forensic science. JFS Editors select the articles annually, which are in turn featured as a special collection made openly available and free to read for a limited period of time. Selection of an article for the collection highlights the published work of author(s) or a research team.
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