Monday, July 28, 2014

Science and policy: "noses" to determine the date of death?

Science and policy: "noses" to determine the date of death?
Carole Chatelain By Carole Chatelain
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Posted on 27-07-2014 at 15:00
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The smell of corpses can deliver valuable information to investigators. Read the blog "Science, Crime and Police" Carole Chatelain.
On a crime scene in the United States.  © Mark Dickhaus / AP / SIPA On a crime scene in the United States. © Mark Dickhaus / AP / SIPA

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