Some advantages are that you get respect from the law and you should feel 'happy' that you have solved a murder or what ever you are doing that field. Also... you can get to work out who did the murder, and how, what is the murder weapon, and if it was a gun or a long distance weapon where it came from. X
* Steps 1. Step One Decide if you would like being a forensic scientist or a science technician. * Being a forensic scientist is pretty stressful. * A bad thing about being a forensic scientist is that you have to work with very dangerous chemicals. * The real challenge of being a forensic scientist is testifying in the courtroom as an expert witness.
The benefits of being a forensic scientist is THEY DO ANYTHING THEY WANT LOSERS!!!!
As, physicist, what can i contribute to the field of forensic science?
its bad to be a forensic scientist because you have to investergate different crimes and see dead bodys
A Forensic Scientist and A Csi Forensic scientist are the same there is no change in what you do. The only change is where you work.
You work on the dead bodys to analyze them.
you could be killed in the line of work
you could get harmed by some chemicalsss
A forensic scientist is a person who analyzes the evidence at a crime scene.
what is the retirement plan do to forensic scientist have
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A forensic scientist is someone that study's blood and blood spatters
You most attend a school to learn about forensic scientist or a forensic anthropologist in order to become a professional.
the disadvantages of being a foesic scientist is that you get to see peopel naked!!! YEA I LIKE MEN!! IM GAY
A Forensic Scientist.
if u get in contact with chemicals the chemicals can be dangerous
How much does a forensic scientist make in a year an if i go to college how many years would it take me to become a forensic scientist.
if you are good you will never be without a job.
A forensic scientist would probably earn about £200,000 a year
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The title of "forensic scientist" is a more general label, while forensic biologists focus specifically on living forensics. I would guess that forensic biology falls under the umbrella of forensic science.
To be a forensic scientist, you have to stay in school for at least 7-8 years. But it dempends on what forensic school you attend.
You can discover new things but the truth is : anyone can be scientist: science is EVERYWHERE