Future forensic science activities: Suggestions wanted
KTN wants your suggestions for future forensic science activities. We are always looking for new ideas and ways to interact with the wider community.
KTN wants your suggestions for future forensic science activities. The forensic work at KTN began after Professor Bernard Silverman‚Äôs report on forensic science R&D recommended the formation of a SIG. Since 2012 we have worked to build a community network and build up a body of resources to help support innovation, research and development. Our scoping reports cover a range of topics and can be found and downloaded here. Our annual Technology Showcase is taking place on the 2nd November and registration is open.
While our activities are primarily guided by our steering group, we are always looking for new ideas and ways to interact with the wider community. To help achieve this we have produced a short survey to collect suggestions for events, reports and projects and we want to hear from you. To access the survey click here.
If you have any problems completing the survey, or want to discuss something further¬† do get in touch with our KTM Forensic Science Felicity Carlysle-Davies¬†(firstname.lastname@example.org)