Forensic anthropologist Bradley Adams has fit thousands of fragile clues together to solve hundreds of puzzling deaths for New York City’s Office of Chief Medical..
Are God and science compatible? An MTSU aerospace associate professor with a Ph.D. in engineering science, Mark “Nate” Callender wants the world to know that..
MTSU students and faculty took to WGNS Radio recently to share information about an ongoing effort to analyze and identify the discovered remains of Tennessee..
MTSU’s Forensic Institute for Research and Education, or FIRE, just wrapped up its 2017 CSI:MTSU summer camp, where high schoolers get an exciting, hands-on experience in forensic..
Forensic pathologist J.C. Upshaw Downs has studied death firsthand and answered questions about it for more than 25 years. Now he wants to help find..
DOVER AIR FORCE BASE, Del. — With dignity and precision befitting the honors due fallen American soldiers, skeletal remains unearthed from what was a Mexican-American War..
His topic is nightmare fodder, but investigator Bruce Sackman hopes that creating greater awareness of potential serial killers lurking in health care facilities will help..
The possibility of murderers lurking in hospital halls and nursing homes was the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record.” Host Gina Logue’s interview with..
A forensic scientist whose meticulous research laid the foundation for investigating — and finding answers for — mass disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and United..
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