5th July 2002
· Prof Stephen Morse, Communicative Diseases Centre, Atlanta
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Representatives from the Forensic Explosives Laboratory at Fort Halstead and the biological defence lab at Porton Down will also contribute to the conference.
“We are delighted to be hosting this international meeting in forensic analysis,” said Prof Brian McGaw, head of the Department of Biological Sciences at the university.
“The staging of this event recognises the important contribution which Lincoln will make to forensic science education in the future.”
The university’s Forensic Science degree was launched in September 2000 and is proving one of the most popular options on campus, with 200 full-time degree students signed up in the first two years.
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