We have been on the forefront of forensic technology for decades, and our programs offer a wealth of expertise regarding tools, techniques and processes. Contact us to learn how we can enhance your forensic science efforts.
Operation Pangolin is generating much-needed data to inform conservation strategies in Central Africa, with global implications for the illicit wildlife trade.
The Academic-based Drug Field Testing and Training Initiative is the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) program designed to train law enforcement officers on how to collect, preserve and test illicit drugs in the field. The 45-minute online course is available for free to any agency that may benefit from this training.
Florida International University has been the leader in the scientific advancements for canine detection since 1998, establishing the standards for canine & handler detection team training.
The IUCRC Center for Advanced Research in Forensic Science (CARFS) brings together industrial partners, end-user communities, and academic forensic science researchers to develop, implement and commercialize tools that benefit the national forensic science research enterprise.
The Rapid DNA Center of Excellence houses state-of-the-art testing and training laboratories, and develops validation guidelines, training modules and support materials.
The FIU Research Forensic Library sends daily email digests with a curated collection of publicly-accessible material relating to every discipline of the forensic sciences.
Each summer since 2009 the ROTC Biometrics & Forensic Internship provides Reserve Officers' Training Corps Cadets with hands-on experience in forensic disciplines.
NamUs provides investigators and loved ones a powerful online system that offers hands-on access to a national database of records related to missing and unidentified persons.