The approach allowed Gardner to distinguish 95 percent of the lipsticks from one another, she reported February 22 at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences annual meeting.
What does AAFS stand for?
AAFS stands for American Academy of Forensic Sciences
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- Alberta Association of Fund Raising Executives (Canada)
- ABN (Algemene Bank Nederland) AMRO (Amsterdam-Rotterdam) Floating Rate Fund
- African-American Freedom and Reconstruction League (Philadelphia, PA)
- Affiliates Absolutely Free Referral Service (Tampa, FL)
- Australian Air Force Rugby Union (St Leonard's, NSW)
- ABN AMRO Financial Services, Inc.
- Academy of Ambulatory Foot Surgery
- Access America for Students (student resource)
- Advanced Airburst Fuze System
- African American Family Services
- Amphibious Assault Fuel System
- Asian Association for Foundation of Software
- Association of Agriculture and Forestry Statistics (Japan)
- African American Faculty and Staff Association
- African-American Fraternal/Sororal Association
- Akiba Alumni Former Students Association
- All Automotive Forensic Service Associates (Palm Beach Gardens, FL)
- Allen Academy Former Student Association
- Alpha Automotive Forensic Service Associates (accident investigation)
- Anaheim Amateur Figure Skating Association (California)
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The lab's commitment to quality is exemplified through its employees' involvement in numerous professional organizations, including the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Mid-Atlantic Association of Forensic Scientists, Association of Forensic Quality Assurance Managers, American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors, and International Association for Identification (IAI).
attended the American Academy of Forensic Sciences annual conference in San Antonio.
Sunshine received multiple awards: the Ames Award for Outstanding Contributions to Clinical Chemistry from the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (1973), a Fulbright Fellowship to the Free University of Brussels (1978), a World Health Organization consultancy (1982), the International Fellowship of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (1984), and the Distinguished Fellow Award of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (1995).
This often gave important clues about how the child died, Dr Pasquale-Styles told the American Academy of Forensic Sciences annual meeting in Seattle.