ThesisCheng, PuningBody fluid identification plays a vital role in forensic examinations, contributing to both case evidence and in directing the course of further investigations. Currently, body fluid identification is accomplished by conventional serological methods, . . .
ThesisAn evaluation of the effects of laundry treatments containing "enzymatic products" on the presumptive testing of biological stainsEisen, DanielThis research evaluates the effects of pretreatment laundry chemicals that contain enzymatic products on biological stains. The effects of several pretreatment laundry chemicals were tested either alone or in combination with a detergent wash step. Th . . .
Masters ThesisSutfin, ChantelleMaking use of blood—the ever-alluring plasma coursing through one’s veins—as an aesthetic focal point in the creation of artwork is not a conceptually novel idea. Blood works have existed from the time of the earliest civilizations. For instance, Maya . . .