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FORENSIC IDENTIFICATION OF GENDER FROM FINGERPRINTS ~ Huynh, C., Brunelle, E., Halámková, L., Agudelo, J., & Halámek, J. (2015). Forensic identification of gender from fingerprints. Analytical Chemistry, 87(22), 11531-11536. doi:10.1021/acs.analchem.5b033
In the past century, forensic investigators have universally accepted
fingerprinting as a reliable identification method, which relies mainly on pictorial
comparisons. Despite developments to software systems in order to increase the probability
and speed of identification, there has been limited success in the efforts that have been made
to move away from the discipline’s absolute dependence on the existence of a prerecorded
STRATEGIES FOR POTENTIAL AGE DATING OF FINGERPRINTS THROUGH THE DIFFUSION OF SEBUM MOLECULES ON A NONPOROUS SURFACE ANALYZED USING TIME-OF-FLIGHT SECONDARY ION MASS SPECTROMETRY ~ Shin, M., & Sisco, E. (2015). Strategies for potential age dating of finger
Age dating of fingerprints could have a
significant impact in forensic science, as it has the potential
to facilitate the judicial process by assessing the relevance of a
fingerprint found at a crime scene. However, no method
currently exists that can reliably predict the age of a latent