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By Shawn Wilhelm on May 7, 2013
This webinar was designed for police and attorneys and discussed the advantages of microscopic and presumptive screenings of physical evidence, and provided examples of such screenings.
By Shawn Wilhelm on April 1, 2013
This webinar will provide an in depth explanation of condom lubricant analysis and give insight into many of the variables that can influence the results of a test, including appropriate collection time, the location of sampling, and the type of condom used in an assault.
AAFS 2013 Presenataion: What Judges and Lawyers Need to Know about the Science Behind Trace Evidence
By Brittney Higgs on March 4, 2013
Gateway Analytical scientists Cara Plese and Antonio Scatena recently presented at the 2013 AAFS Annual Meeting in Washington DC. The presentation titled: “What Judges and Lawyers Need to Know about the Science Behind Trace Evidence” is now available for download.
By Cara Plese on February 5, 2013
Gateway Analytical is very excited to be presenting at the 2013 AAFS Annual Meeting in Washington DC this year! Cara Plese and Antonio Scatena will be presenting “What Judges and Lawyers Need to Know about the Science Behind Trace Evidence” on Friday, February 22nd at 10:40am. As our presentation date is quickly approaching, we wanted to give a short summary of what attendees should expect.
By David Exline on January 29, 2013
David Exline has more than 15 years of experience in managing and administering analytical laboratory and consulting services. As Senior Vice President of Gateway Analytical, he oversees the company’s day-to-day operations, business growth and service areas.
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