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YSCN0017 From Sherlock Holmes to modern forensic science Please note the following important date of the course. Assignments 1. Hair and Fibers Collection a. Assignment instruction will be given on February 11, 2009 (Week 18). b. Collect hair and fiber samples for Assignment 1 and the laboratory class. Bring your samples to the laboratory class. c. Due date of Assignment 1 is March 25, 2009 (Week 24), one week after the laboratory class. 2. Fingerprint Collection a. Details will be given by Dr. A.S.T. Wong. The due date of the assignment is April 1, 2009 (Week 25). You can hand in your assignment to the TAs at the door of the lecture hall before the lecture. You can also drop your assignment in the assignment box on the first floor of CYM Chemistry Building. Laboratory Class March 18, 2009 (Week 23) 3:00 – 3:50 pm in laboratories on the first floor of Kadoorie Building.
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Unformatted text preview: • Please bring your hair and fiber samples to the laboratory. • Experiment: Microscopic examination of your hair and fiber samples and fingerprint exercise. The laboratory manual will be given to you in the laboratory. Case study • Each student will be assigned a case. The case materials can be downloaded from WebCT of this course. • The details of the assignment will be given on February 11, 2009 (Week 18). • You are required to write a two-page essay on your case. • The deadline of the essay is April 8, 2009 (Week 26). Quiz • The quiz will be in multiple choice and/or fill-in-the-blank format. • Each quiz will take 15 minutes. Quiz Date Topics 1 February 11, 2009 (Week 18) crime scene investigation and physical evidences 2 April 15, 2009 (Week 27) forensic biology, forensic chemistry, and document forgeries...
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