Wednesday, September 19 › 5:30-6:30 p.m. · 7-8 p.m.
Columbia, Columbia College, Brouder Science Center, Room 116
In the early 20th century, when the events covered by the One Read book took place, forensic science was in its infancy. In the decades since, many more tools have become available to investigators. Join us for a hands-on session to learn about the history and current uses of various forensic methods. Experiment with fingerprinting, blood spatter analysis, toxicology and more. Presented by Dr. Melinda McPherson and students of Columbia College's forensic science program. Parking is available in the Rangeline north parking lot, across from the athletic field, and accessible parking is available in the Rangeline south parking lot. Please enter Brouder Science Center at the northeast entrance.
Adults and teens.
Registration: Begins Tuesday, September 4.