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Forensic Science: What’s Real, What’s Not? What’s Cool, What’s Hot?

Event Type: Science / Math
Age Group(s): Adult, Seniors, Teen
Date: 7/30/2014
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 8:30 PM
 Hear about the hot topics in forensics and its role in solving cold cases. Forensic scientist and St. Charles County Criminalistics Lab director Bryan Hampton takes a look at the realities of forensic science and debunks some of the often-glamorized science’s common myths. You’ll learn about the tools used in the crime lab and how the efforts of forensic scientists today impact the crimes of tomorrow.
Library: Spencer Road Branch-Community Commons    Map
Location: Spencer Road Branch Community Commons ~ Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital Event Room (Rm.240 & 243)
Other Information:
 Bryan Hampton, Director, Criminalistics Laboratory, St. Charles County Sheriff’s Department appears courtesy of Academy of Science - St. Louis.
Status: Closed

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