Innovating Science™ Forensic Case Study: Murder At Eagle Nest Harbor
A murder in a quiet house boat community sets the stage for students to test their forensic knowledge. Students will take on the role of a forensic technician as they analyze hair, fiber, fingerprint, blood, and hand writing evidence to help pin point the killer.
Manufacturer: Aldon Corporation IS9025
- Kit provides a unique and complex set of evidence for students to analyze
- Includes enough evidence and reagents for 15 groups to perform an analysis as well as teacher and student guide master copies
- Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
- Disciplinary Core Ideas: PS1.A; PS1.B
- Performance Expectations: MS- PS1-2
- Cross Cutting Concepts: Structure and Function
- Engineering Practices: Developing and Using Models
|Next Gen Aligned|
|Cardboard box kit|
|1 x 10 mL Crime Scene: Blood Evidence; 1 x 10 mL Suspect 1: Blood Evidence; 1 x 10 mL Suspect 2: Blood Evidence; 1 x 10 mL Suspect 3: Blood Evidence; 1 x 10 mL Suspect 4: Blood Evidence; 1 x 10 mL Suspect 5: Blood Evidence; 3 x 10 mL Anti-A Antiserum; 3 x 10 mL Anti-B Antiserum; 3 x 10 mL Anti-Rh Antiserum; 15 pieces Crime Scene: Thread Evidence; 15 pieces Suspect 1: Thread Evidence; 15 pieces Suspect 2: Thread Evidence; 15 pieces Suspect 3: Thread Evidence; 15 pieces Suspect 4: Thread Evidence; 15 pieces Suspect 5: Thread Evidence; 1 bag Crime Scene: Hair Evidence; 1 bag Suspect 1: Hair Evidence; 1 bag Suspect 2: Hair Evidence; 1 bag Suspect 3: Hair Evidence; 1 bag Suspect 4: Hair Evidence; 1 bag Suspect 5: Hair Evidence; 90 Blood Typing Trays; 1 pkg Toothpicks; 1 pkg Microscope slides; 1 pkg Coverslips|
|12 x 9 x 4 in.|
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