1. Describe the crime that you are investigating in this activity. In this activity I’m investigating the case of stolen hair products from a band’s dressing room. They were stolen during the band’s rehearsal, and they are unable to go onstage without these products.
2. What evidence do you have to identify the culprit of the crime? The only evidence left on the scene are five hairs, four belonging to the band members. By process of elimination the hair that does not belong to a member of the band is the culprit of the thievery.
3. Who stole the hair products? How do you know?
Each hair underwent three tests: magnification by 10,000 by a scanning electron microscope, magnification by 400 by a light microscope, and a chemical analysis. After each hair was tested, the band members and suspects gave information about the state of their hair and any treatments they’ve done to it recently. I matched four hairs to all four band members and the fifth hair to the culprit, Jade. NSquad
1. Describe the crime that you are trying to solve. In this activity I’m investigating a hitandrun accident that killed one victim and left the other in comatose. Other scientists are not yet sure if it was simply an accident or something intentional.
2. Who is one pioneer in autopsy? What did this person contribute to the practice of autopsies?
One example of a pioneer in autopsies is Antistius. He examined the body of Roman dictator Julius Caesar after his death and concluded that out of 23 stab wounds, only one had actually killed him.
3. How does alcohol affect the body? Give specific examples from the episodes. According to the Neuropolis Alcohol Council in the episode, alcohol has many negative effects on the body. Some of these include slowing down the brain’s ability to act, drowsiness, and increased risk of injury to oneself or others. If used ...
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