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  • Benson, SJ; Lennard, CJ; Maynard, P; Hill, DM; Andrew, AS; Roux, C (2009-06)
    The application of isotopic techniques to investigations requiring the provision of evidence to a Court is limited. The objective of this research was to investigate the application of light stable isotopes and isotope ...
  • Payne, Gemma (2009)
    NO FULL TEXT AVAILABLE. Access is restricted indefinitely. ----- Chemical imaging utilises both molecular spectroscopy and digital imaging. Combining these analytical tools allows for spatial and spectral (chemical) ...
  • Exline, DL; Wallace, C; Roux, C; Lennard, C; Nelson, MP; Treado, PJ (2003-09)
    Chemical imaging technology is a rapid examination technique that combines molecular spectroscopy and digital imaging, providing information on morphology, composition, structure, and concentration of a material. Among ...
  • Morelato, M; Beavis, A; Kirkbride, P; Roux, C (2013-03-10)
    Desorption electrospray ionisation mass spectrometry (DESI-MS) is an emerging analytical technique that enables in situ mass spectrometric analysis of specimens under ambient conditions. It has been successfully applied ...
  • Flynn, K; O'Leary, R; Lennard, C; Roux, C; Reedy, BJ (2005)
    This paper examines the potential of infrared chemical (hyperspectral) imaging as a technique for the forensic analysis of automotive paint chips in particular, and multicomponent (e.g., layered) samples in general. Improved ...
  • Benson, SJ; Lennard, CJ; Maynard, PJ; Roux, CP (Elsevier Ireland Ltd, 2006-01)
    The key role of a forensic scientist is to assist in determining whether a crime has been committed, and if so, assist in the identification of the offender. Many people hold the belief that a particular item can be ...
  • Focant, J; Stefanuto, P; Brasseur, C; Dekeirsschieter, J; Haubruge, E; Schotsmans, E; Wilson, A; Stadler, S; Forbes, SL (Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, 2013-01)
    Comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography time-of-flight mass spectrometry (GC×GC-TOFMS) has been used to analyze complex mixtures of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) produced during cadaveric decomposition processes. ...
  • Forbes, SL (Australian Academic Press, 2008-01)
  • Kher, A; Mulholland, M; Green, EV; Reedy, BJ (Elsevier, 2006-01)
    Several varieties of blue ballpoint pen inks were analysed by higher performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and infrared spectroscopy (IR). The chromatographic data extracted at four wavelengths (254, 279, 370 and 400 ...
  • Sandercock, Paul Mark Lyne (2002)
    The comparison of two or more samples of gasoline (petrol) to establish a common origin is a difficult problem in the forensic investigation of arsons and suspicious fires. The high- boiling fraction of the gasoline was ...
  • Austin, Philip (2011)
    NO FULL TEXT AVAILABLE. This thesis contains 3rd party copyright material. ----- With approximately 70% of printers sold today being inkjet printers, and estimates of over a billion inkjet printers being sold since 1981 , ...
  • Morelato, Marie (2015)
    Forensic science is mainly focused on generating evidence for judicial proceedings. However, it has been recognised that a significant gap exists between the potential of forensic science and its actual use. The current ...
  • Ribaux, O; Girod, A; Walsh, SJ; Margot, P; Mizrahi, S; Clivaz, V (Oxford University Press, 2003-01)
    Computerized databases have been developed in forensic science to provide intelligence for the investigator. For example, automated fingerprint identification systems (AFIS) and DNA databases efficiently help identify ...
  • Ribaux, O.; Girod, A.; Walsh, S. J.; Margot, P.; Mizrahi, S.; Clivaz, V. (Oxford University Press, 2003)
    Computerized databases have been developed in forensic science to provide intelligence for the investigator. For example, automated fingerprint identification systems (AFIS) and DNA databases efficiently help identify ...
  • Forest 
    Anderson, B (Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura, )
    FOREST was a site-specific installation for En Residencia commissioned by Laboral, Ciudad de la Cultura, Gijon, Asturias in Spain and the Welsh Arts Council. The installation and dance piece for FOREST ran from 28 February ...
  • Forest 
    Anderson, B (Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura, )
    FOREST was a site-specific installation for En Residencia and commissioned by Laboral, Ciudad de la Cultura, Gijon, Asturias Northern Spain and Welsh Arts Council. The installation and dance piece for FOREST ran from 28 ...
  • Gibson, R. J (National Academy of Screen and Sound, 2006)
    This paper examines the modes of engagement activated when participants are immersed in extra-cinematic, audiovisual art installations. These modes - simultaneously intensely involved and reflectively critical- are shown ...
  • Elzer, AL; Pike, DA; Webb, JK; Hammill, K; Bradstock, RA; Shine, R (2013-04)
    Fire-induced changes in canopy openness may affect sunlight penetration to the forest floor, and thus the operative temperatures available to terrestrial ectotherms. We examined thermal regimes for two types of ectotherms: ...
  • Sato, H; Manabe, K-I; Kondo, D; Wei, D; Jiang, Z (Elsevier Ltd, 2014)
    The formability of ultra-fine grained stainless steel is investigated in micro hydromechanical deep drawing. The materials used are ultra-fine grained stainless steel and SUS304-H with thickness of 20 and 50 m. The micro ...
  • Chatwin, J; Adams, J; Tovey, P (Regional Cancer Center, Trivandrum, India, 2006-01)
    Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) has continued to achieve an ever higher place on healthcare agendas in western countries - including Australia - over the last decade. This is evident in the extensive interest ...