But in photos taken with the infrared camera, the blood could be seen even under six black layers, Porter and colleagues report online July 30 in the Journal of Forensic Sciences.
What does JFS stand for?
JFS stands for Journal of Forensic Sciences
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We have 44 other meanings of JFS in our Acronym Attic
- Japan Facility Solutions (energy solutions)
- Japan Federation of Surveyors (est. 1974)
- Japan Finance Corporation for Small Business
- Jet Fuel Starter
- Jewish Family Services
- Job Family System
- Joint Feasibility Study
- Joint Fire Support
- Joint Frequency-Sparse (mathematical model)
- Journal of Food Science
- Journaled File System
- Julia Farr Services (Australia)
- Jungfreisinnige Schweiz (German: Young Swiss Liberals)
- J. F. Sato and Associates (Littleton, CO)
- Japan Fiber-Recycle Solidarity Association
- Japan Financial Services Agency
- Japan Freestyle Soccer Association
- Jewish Family Service Agency
- Jewish Family Service Association (various locations)
- Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona (Tucson, AZ)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Kilty, "Activity After Shooting and Its Effect on the Retention of Primer Residue," Journal of Forensic Sciences 20, no.
have generally seen assassins and attackers of political leaders either as possessing 'political' motives or as being 'deranged,'" they wrote in the study, which was published by the Journal of Forensic Sciences.
He has published details of the technique in the latest issue of the Journal of Forensic Sciences.
A parallel study by researchers at King's College London, to be published in the Journal of Forensic Sciences, analysed the potency of 247 samples of skunk seized by police in Derbyshire, Kent, London, Sussex and Merseyside.
The data from this research were presented at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences annual meeting and appeared in the peer-reviewed Journal of Forensic Sciences.
In the July Journal of Forensic Sciences, computer scientist Sargur Srihari of the State University of New York at Buffalo throws the latest volley in a rancourous debate that is unlikely to end anytime soon.
They also published an article on the admission of scientific evidence in the Journal of Forensic Sciences.