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Scientist in the Spotlight: How to Solve a Crime

Presented by Natural History Museum of Utah at Natural History Museum of Utah, Salt Lake City UT

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Jul 07 2017
Scientist in the Spotlight: How to Solve a Crime

Your Mom was right, you are what you eat. Everything that you eat or drink contains tiny particles called isotopes and can be detected in your hair, fingernails, bones, and teeth.  Because different types of isotopes are unique to specific locations, isotopes have become an incredibly helpful tool for forensic scientists.

Join Isotope Ecologist Christy Mancuso to learn what an isotope is and how they are used in forensic studies.  See and touch different materials used in forensic studies and

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