News from Microtrace

Microtrace Scientists at NIST/OSAC Meeting

This week (July 9-12, 2019) several Microtrace scientists will attend OSAC's (Organization for Scientific Area Committees) forensic science meetings in Orlando, Florida. While there, they will advise and collaborate on the development of new scientific standards. Read More

Happy Independence Day!

Happy 4th of July! Here, we offer some brief thoughts on the chemistry of fireworks. Read More

Microtrace Scientist Appointed to National Forensic Science Committee

Microtrace's Ethan Groves was recently appointed to the Geological Materials Subcommittee of OSAC. He joins other Microtrace scientists Skip Palenik, (Geological Materials),  Dr. Christopher Palenik (Materials (Trace)), and Jason Beckert (Materials (Trace) Afflilate). Read More

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Recent Publications

Trace Evidence Presentation at Public Defender Forensic Science Conference

On 30 May 2019, Microtrace's Skip Palenik and Jason Beckert talked about trace evidence at the annual forensic science conference of Forensic Science Division of the Cook County Public Defender Office. Read More

Microtrace’s Breadth of Expertise at Inter/Micro 2019

Next week, microscopists from around the world are gathering in Chicago for Inter/Micro 2019- the premier international microscopy conference. Seven Microtrace scientists are presenting papers at the conference. Read More

Sub‐visible Paint Article by Microtrace Scientists

The Journal of Forensic Sciences published an article by Microtrace scientists Christopher Palenik, Ethan Groves, Joseph Insana, and Skip Palenik, entitled "Locating, Identifying, and Comparing Sub‐visible Paint Particles." Read More

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