And we are back! While the newsletter has been going strong every week this year, I haven’t had time to finish editing podcasts at the rate that I’d like to.
Nevertheless, I’ve had a very interesting discussion with (soon to be Dr.) Vasiliki Louka about forensic anthropology. In cases of catastrophic events, or criminal cases, scientists have to work in a very timely manner in order to get as much information as possible. The identification of dead bodies or the details of how they got there will give a complete story that will be of benefit not only to the authorities but to their loved ones that are looking to pay the proper respects.
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