Just like Sherlock Holmes, explore the science of forensics and how it is employed to solve crimes and explain the unexplainable. Hear from experts about how they learnt their trade and are passing it on to the next generation of scientific sleuths. Hear from:
- Dr Hayley Green, Forensic Anthropologist and lecturer in Human Anatomy at Western Sydney University. Dr Green specializes in time since death studies and the analysis of skeletal remains.
- Dr Claude Roux, Professor of Forensic Science and the founding Director of the UTS Centre for Forensic Science. His research activities cover a broad spectrum of forensic science including trace evidence and chemical criminalistics, documents and fingerprints.
- Magistrate Derek Lee, a NSW State Coroner. Magistrate Lee investigates suspicious deaths and fires and he has led many inquests at Coroner’s Court.
- Damian McDonald, curator at MAAS and lead curator on The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes.
Plus add a ticket to The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes. For the first time in Australia, be transported back to Sherlock Holmes’ Victorian London and solve Sydney’s largest interactive mystery by conducting your own experiments.