Forensic Sstudents intern with FBI

Posted by: on Dec 3, 2014 | One Comment

Two forensic science students at Cedarville University, are doing an internship with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). They were chosen from a national pool of applicants for the FBI’s Honors Internship Program. Banks and Chavez used the past summer to begin learning from practical experience with the FBI agency. Last upon completion of their summer internships they were offered an extension through the school year at the Dayton office. For additional details on this article, please go to the website below”

http://xeniagazette.com/news/news_education/150311436/Forensic-science-students-intern-with-FBI

[Abstract written by Mercedes Quick, ForensIQ Intern, 11/30/14]

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  1. Misato
    12/23/2014

    To measure mass, letgnh, and time you can use a triple beam balance, metric ruler, and a stop watch. Measurement is important to scientific investigation because if you need to repeat the experiment, it will be the same one as it was before.

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