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Editor's Choice Collection

Forensic Sciences Research

It was a pleasure to have met you during the AAFS 2018 conference and we are pleased to present our Editor's Choice collection with specially selected articles for you to browse.

Forensic Sciences Research is an Open Access journal. All our articles can be browsed on our journal homepage.

If you'd like to submit your paper to Forensic Sciences Research, more information can be found: here.

Article TitleAuthor
A new challenge for expert witnesses relying on subjective informationBarry A J Fisher
The Humanitarian and Human Rights Resource Center: support to address global forensic issuesDouglas H. Ubelaker
The increase of firearm-related violence in SwedenArdavan Khoshnood
Guidelines for Collection of Biological Samples for Clinical and Forensic Toxicological AnalysisRicardo Jorge Dinis-Oliveira, Duarte Nuno Vieira & Teresa Magalhães
Research progress in the estimation of the postmortem interval by Chinese forensic scholarsChengzhi Li, Qi Wang, Yinming Zhang, Hancheng Lin, Ji Zhang, Ping Huang & Zhenyuan Wang
Modern post-mortem imaging: an update on recent developmentsSilke Grabherr, Coraline Egger, Raquel Vilarino, Lorenzo Campana, Melissa Jotterand & Fabrice Dedouit
Microscopic examination of pituitary glands in cases of fatal accidental hypothermiaElke Doberentz & Burkhard Madea
Analytical data supporting the “theoretical” postmortem redistribution factor (Ft): a new model to evaluate postmortem redistributionIain M. McIntyre
Metabolism and metabolomics of ketamine: a toxicological approachRicardo Jorge Dinis-Oliveira
Quantitative analysis of opioids and cannabinoids in wastewater samplesAlethea Jacox, Jillian Wetzel, Shu-Yuan Cheng & Marta Concheiro
Accident or crime? About the meaning of face injuries inflicted by blunt forceVera Sterzik, David Duckwitz & Michael Bohnert
Massively parallel sequencing of 231 autosomal SNPs with a custom panel: a SNP typing assay developed for human identification with Ion Torrent PGMSuhua Zhang, Yingnan Bian, Anqi Chen, Hancheng Zheng, Yuzhen Gao, Yiping Hou & Chengtao Li
An approach to quantifying the plausibility of the inadvertent download defenceRichard E. Overill & Kam-Pui Chow