March 08, 2010

Whose Bones Are These: Crime-Solving Science Projects

Think you have what it takes to be a forensic scientist? Use your sleuthing skills to do fun science experiments. Trace evidence is often the most important evidence involved in a crime. Analyze bones and blood spatter patterns, find out if bullets came from a suspect's gun, and more! Many experiments include ideas you can use for your science fair, using the scientific method, and each chapter ends with a crime for you to solve. Award-winning author Robert Gardner.

Enslow Publishers, Inc.
Published 2010.
48 pages, Full Color.

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