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#32. An interview with Skip Palenik, an amazing trace microscopist, a lab about melting and burning fibers, another about fabric weaves, a webquest that links DNA to isotopes, an activity for footwear impressions in the snow, a way to compute time since death that doesn’t involve math, and a way to let your students use 21st century techniques on the 19th century Lizzie Borden case. Plus a Mini Mystery, What’s Going On, a Photo Mystery, The Morgue Guy, Stoopid Criminals, and more.

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#33. An interview with John Butler, a pioneer in the field of rapid DNA fingerprinting, a DNA quiz, a paternity exercise, an activity with The Innocence Project, a chance to eyeball DNA fingerprints, a DNA crossword, a simple  fingerprint examiner competency test, the ultimate body recovery activity, and a chance to reconstruct a family tree using only DNA. Plus a Mini Mystery, What’s Going On, a Photo Mystery, The Morgue Guy, Stoopid Criminals, and more.