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Improved Research-Based Forensic Science - The Example of Forensic Drug Intelligence in Australia and in Brazil

Project Member(s): Roux, C.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN FAPESP Researcher Exchange)

Start year: 2014

Summary: The main purpose of this exchange is to engage in a long-term research-based collaboration between USP and UTS in forensic science, in general, and in the area of drug intelligence, in particular. This project will create an opportunity to engage in a long-term Australia-Brazil partnership in forensic science, using collaborative research in illicit drug between the Institute of Chemistry at Sao Paulo University (Campus Ribeirao Preto ¿ USP-RP) and the Centre for Forensic Science at University of Technology, Sydney (UTS-CFS) as a proof of concept program.


Morelato, M, Barash, M, Blanes, L, Chadwick, S, Dilag, J, Kuzhiumparambil, U, Nizio, KD, Spindler, X & Moret, S 2017, 'Forensic Science: Current State and Perspective by a Group of Early Career Researchers', Foundations of Science, vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 799-825.
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Taudte, RV, Roux, C, Bishop, D, Blanes, L, Doble, P & Beavis, A 2015, 'Development of a UHPLC method for the detection of organic gunshot residues using artificial neural networks', Analytical Methods, vol. 7, no. 18, pp. 7447-7454.
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FOR Codes: Forensic Chemistry, Law Enforcement