A prospective facial look is recreated from a dry skull by facial approximation (FA) or craniofacial reconstruction. When no other forensic scientific method can help the inquiry and identification, this technique is frequently the last resort. This technique is used in forensic science to identify a person when more traditional methods of identification prove ineffective. It is used in archaeology to identify the faces of historical figures, bone fragments and embalmed bodies. This project aims to run investigations within the field of Biological anthropology, to enhance understanding on craniofacial variation, patterns in soft and hard tissue relationships, and to develop the sciences utilized in craniofacial identification.
Sept 2023 → …
University of Science and Technology, Yemen, Yemen