How do we combat crime ? Governments try to prevent crime by either enforcing the law in a strict way or by making strategies to bring about changes in community infrastructure, culture, or the physical environment. Even after all the strategies, crime rates haven’t gone down. And that’s where forensic science comes into action in […]
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Forensic Chemistry is a branch of chemistry that involves the application of chemical concepts to solve crimes. Forensic chemistry is the application to analyze any non-biological materials found at a crime scene, and figure out how they connect to the person who committed the crime. It must determines the chemical makeup of the material and discover where […]
The smartest way to prepare for any entrance exam is to start prepping with prescribed syllabus and previous year question papers. Practicing previous year question papers helps you to revise the syllabus in the best and easy manner. I feel it is the best resource to gain insight about an examination. Delhi University Entrance […]
The route of exposure of toxicant is determined by its nature. Human beings can be exposed to gases and vaporous toxic substances by inhalation whereas for liquid can be exposed through skin absorption or injection. In toxicology, “exposure” refers to the concentrations or amount of a substance presented to individuals or amount of toxicant found […]
Since Biology is one of the section from which questions are asked in entrance exams of M.Sc Forensic Science. It is very important to brush up our 12th level biology knowledge. Biology is also taught as one of the subjects in B.Sc Forensic Science but we hardly give it importance because unlike other subjects we […]
In humans, the respiratory system consists of the airways, lungs, and the respiratory muscles that mediate the movement of air into and out of the body. Test your knowledge with this quick Quiz on Respiratory System. Got a wrong answer? Revise the basic concepts of Human Respiratory System in our post under Forensic Biology and Serology.