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European Consortium working on search tools for analysing big data
Over the next four years, a European Consortium of more than thirty European parties will be working on the development of ...
Glass database links splinters to suspects and crimes
The Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI) has developed a database, together with the police, for splinters of glass. These ...
Congress on the exchange of forensic evidence and expertise
It must be easier for countries in the European Union to exchange forensic expertise and data. This was the most important goal ...
Australia and Vietnam start using Bonaparte
In addition to Interpol, Australia and Vietnam will now also start using the identification software Bonaparte. Vietnam will use ...
International congress on forensic radiology coming to the Netherlands
Scientists from all over the world are coming to the Netherlands in May to swap knowledge about (future applications of) forensic ...
NFI is going to train Maltese investigators
Experts from the Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI) are going to train 14 crime scene investigators on Malta in June and July. ...
Grant for research into new forensic technique for explosives
The Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI), TNO and the University of Amsterdam (UvA) will investigate whether the chemical ...
Forensic labs set to build European databases
Various forensic laboratories in Europe plan to join forces in building databases that can be linked together. This will give the ...
NFI and LIACS to develop new methods for handling big data
The Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI) and Leiden University plan to collaborate more intensively in tackling forensic ...
Book about the interpretation of results of chemical fire analyses
Chemical fire expert Jeanet Hendrikse from the Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI) has written a book for her fellow ...