Forensic Methods Classroom Kits
Forensic Methods Classroom Kits
Forensic dentistry is defined as the branch of forensic medicine that deals with identification through teeth, dental apparatus and their markings. The activities in this kit will introduce students to the various techniques used in forensic dentistry while they try and identify the suspect in the case.
Discover details about the events surrounding a murder.
Determine if the suspicious powder found on several surfaces at crime scenes is gunpowder or another substance.
Students determine the blood type of simulated samples from a crime scene and which suspect is involved in the crime
Enjoy the convenience of having the series of forensic test kits available in your classroom.
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Examine the refractive index of various glass fragments.
Examine various types of fabric and fiber evidence and observe the various types of characteristics that are exhibited.
Students solve the case of a robbery of a designer linen suit as a CSI would.
Let students become CSI detectives to identify, preserve and evaluate trace evidences at a crime scene.
An introductory forensic unit that will show students how to address the question of who put the mysterious animal skull outside the school.
|Includes||Teacher instructions, student worksheets and suggested cross-curricular activities|
|Class Size||30 students|
|For Use With (Application)||Analysis fingerprint, blood, hair, fiber, imprint and documentation evidence|
Introduce students to practical applications of scientific observation and reasoning.
This case may be cold, but the evidence will warm the waters and wash away doubt about who is guilty.
Students work as forensic toxicologists to perform chemical tests in order to determine if all ingredients are what they should be
Students become forensic scientists to determine the identity of two mystery substances
This educational kit provides the most procedurally accurate simulation of the ABO/Rh blood typing technique available.
Crime/Accident photo evidence indicators for forensic and identification photography.
Designed to introduce students to the field of forensic soil analysis.
Student detectives analyze minerals and soils.
Study the morphology of hair samples from various species.
Demonstrate techniques used to screen for drug use.
Learn to identify some common over-the-counter drugs
In this activity students work for the Mapledale Forensic Analysis Lab and have been asked to analyze a variety of forensic evidence, including fingerprints, unknown powders, urine specimens, money, and handwriting samples, to assist the Riverside police to find a suspect.
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.
In this activity, students will perform a simulated immunoassay test on several urine samples for the detection of the cocaine metabolite benzoylecgonine
In this experiment, students will use observation skills, senses, and chemical tests on a series of known substances as well as two unknown substances and then attempt to identify the mystery substances based on observations and recorded data.
Innovating Science™ Simulated Blood Spatter is not corn syrup based and will dry on material allowing students to utilize the dried blood on objects for exams or other lab measurements.
Three activities include fingerprint analysis, ninhydrin development and cyanoacrylate fuming.
Learn how Luminol is used in crime scenes.
Learn how genetics determine blood type and possible inheritance patterns.
|Includes||4 simulated blood samples, mother sample x, child sample y, 1 bottle simulated anti-a serum, 1 bottle simulated anti-b serum, 40 blood typing trays, Teacher's manual and student study guide copymasters|
|Class Size||10 lab groups|
|Certifications/Compliance||49 CFR 173.4|
|For Use With (Application)||For fictional paternity test|
|Max. Age||13+ years|