Tagged: csi effect

A forensic scientist tells it like it is – free book to give away - Code for life

Grant Jacobs Jul 13, 2011

Book review and competition to win a copy of sciblogs colleague Anna Sandiford’s book Expert Witness. Win a copy (I’m keeping this open until Sunday midnight; it’s still open.) We’re giving away a copy of sciblogs writer Anna Sandiford’s book Expert … Read More

CSI infographic — be amazed! (or amused — your choice) - Forensic Scientist

Anna Sandiford Aug 02, 2010

Here is an interesting CSI graphic from ForensicScience.net. It does a nice job of demonstrating the internationally-recognised phenomenon “the CSI Effect”, on which I have blogged and presented and generally griped for some time (see Part 3: CSI effect/forensic science jobs, The CSI Effect – it’s real and CSI effect: the speed and appliance of [...] … Read More

SciCon 2010 — well worth it…. - Forensic Scientist

Anna Sandiford Jul 06, 2010

I have just returned on a bumpy flight from Nelson following my stint at SciCon 2010, the the biennial conference of the New Zealand Association of Science Educators (NZASE). The theme of SciCon 2010 is ‘Journey to Discovery’ and there are plenty of interesting speakers and workshops (it runs until this Wednesday, 7 July). Having [...] … Read More

SciCon 2010 — well worth it - Forensic Scientist

Anna Sandiford Jul 05, 2010

I have just returned on a bumpy flight from Nelson following my stint at SciCon 2010, the the biennial conference of the New Zealand Association of Science Educators (NZASE). The theme of SciCon 2010 is ‘Journey to Discovery’ and there are plenty of interesting speakers and workshops (it runs until this Wednesday, 7 July). Having [...] … Read More