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New fluorescent fingerprint tag aims to increase IDs from ‘hidden’ fingerprints on bullets and knives

New fluorescent fingerprint tag aims to increase IDs from ‘hidden’ fingerprints on bullets and knives

Durham 2013: A new way of detecting and visualizing fingerprints from crime scenes using colour-changing fluorescent films could lead to higher confidence identifications from latent (hidden) fingerprints on knives, guns, bullet casings and other metal surfaces.

Cryoprotective properties of mammoth blood: discovery of NEFU scientists may prove a hypothesis of Canadian professor

The carcass of a female mammoth found on Maliy Lyakhovsky Island by the expedition of North-Eastern Federal University, gave a food for reflection of scientific community. The uniqueness of the malolyakhovsky mammoth is that it was the first well-preserved carcass for last 112 years.

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