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Hi! Welcome to is dedicated to science, particularly Forensics.
I am a university educator and researcher with more than twelve years of experience. I work in the area of forensic sciences and molecular recognition.
Research areas:
Forensic Sciences: Forensic DNA typing and other serological examinations, Population genetics, Document and handwriting examinations, Forensic chemistry & toxicology, Quality management in forensic sciences, ethical considerations in forensics, etc.
Other areas: Analytical Chemistry, Spectroscopy & Computational modeling of biomolecular interactions. is a place to discuss theory, principles, methods, protocols and to provide information about various aspects of the sciences described above. I am particularly interested in Forensic Science methods and principles, its approach and the growth of the field.
This blog is a place for students, young researchers and science enthusiasts. This could be a good place to look for practical solutions to some of the problems commonly encountered by young students & researchers in their work. Recently, the site also started publishing job opportunities forensics and other fields for the benefit of students.

I hope will be useful for you.

Happy life..

prateek pandya
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