Working In……Forensics

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  Last updated October 19, 2017 at 1:34 pm

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If you have an interest in Science subjects at school, there are a range of forensics careers that will allow you to utilise those subjects and gain new skills in those areas. And if you didn’t like Science so much…..there are still ways to fight crime without having to be a Chemistry lab whizz…..check out these videos that follow a range of people in forensics careers, what they do day to day and why they love their jobs.



About the Author

Hilary Jones
Hilary is the Contributing Editor for Education at Australia's Science Channel and the Education Specialist. She has a wide ranging background in a variety of Educational settings both in Australia and the UK, and a deep love for biology, Star Wars and ultra dark chocolate. Not necessarily together - although creating an accurate X-Wing out of 90% cocoa solids chocolate would be a dream come true (please send the plans if you have them).

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