By comparing samples, DNA collected at a crime scene can be matched to a suspect as well as used to identify what a suspect looks like physically. Forensic scientistcan sequence a DNA sample and give investigators information about the suspect's distinguishing characteristics such as hair, eye, skin colour, age and biological backround.
Immunochromatography tests are used in forensics to detect drugs and pharmeceuticals in a subject’s bodily fluids. A smartphone-based sensor has even been developed to perform immunochromatography on a saliva without the requirement for a lab visit.
Geolocoting a suspect or victim using stable isotopes of water.
Scientist can pinpoint where a sample came from by isolating the isotopes in a water sample found on a suspect or victim, according to recent findings. If there are enough samples, the isotopes can even reconstruct the subject’s route. Other methods of isotopes detection can be used to ascertain the number of persons present.
Digital Vehicle Forensic
The capture and analysis of digital data (digital evidence) from a vehicle systems is referred to as digital vehicle forensics. This information might be useful to civil and criminal investigations working on cases invoving car collisions, theft, fraud, and criminal behaviour involving vehicles.
Digital surveillance for XBOX (XFT device)
Most people do not think of a gaming system as possible spot to store illegal data, which is why criminals have become so reliant on them. The XFT is being created to give authorities visual Access to hidden files on the XBOX hard drive, making it one of the most groundbreaking forensic Technologies for digital forensic specialist