Co-created, collaborative research disrupting the forensic science ecosystem

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The Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science (LRCFS) is designed to disrupt positively the forensic science ecosystem. Our aims are broad and wide, striving to adapt, adjust and revise the validity and credibility of the science used in our court rooms. Forensic science is the application of science within the forum of the court, however there has been a growing concern that the science underpinning some of the forensic evidence lacks a robust foundation. The work undertaken by LRCFS aims to highlight and address the scientific deficiencies where they exist, and to develop knowledge and innovative solutions to the challenges forensic science and the Criminal Justice system is facing into the future.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 11 Oct 2018
EventNUCLEUS 2018 : Responsible Research and Innovation - University of Malta, Valletta, Malta
Duration: 11 Oct 201812 Oct 2019
http://www.nucleus-project.eu/event/4th-nucleus-conference-2018/

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ConferenceNUCLEUS 2018
CountryMalta
CityValletta
Period11/10/1812/10/19
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  • RRI
  • Responsible Research and Innovation
  • Communication
  • Public engagement
  • Forensic Science

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Doran, H., & Nic Daeid, N. (2018). Co-created, collaborative research disrupting the forensic science ecosystem. Poster session presented at NUCLEUS 2018 , Valletta, Malta.
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Co-created, collaborative research disrupting the forensic science ecosystem. / Doran, Heather; Nic Daeid, Niamh.

2018. Poster session presented at NUCLEUS 2018 , Valletta, Malta.

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Doran H, Nic Daeid N. Co-created, collaborative research disrupting the forensic science ecosystem. 2018. Poster session presented at NUCLEUS 2018 , Valletta, Malta.