~ The Benefits and Challenges of Forensics Science ~ As I am by definition a young forensic scientist, my experience is limited. However, my time as a researcher in academic and now governmental contexts has shown me a number of "pros" and "cons" to a research career in forensic science. To begin positively, research automatically places your thinking on the cutting edge of science and technology. It is a special position, in that you are given the opportunity to observe the current state of the art, envision its future possibilities, and then strive towards one or more of those generally exciting developments. As a result, research is rarely routine. The nature of your work is constantly changing as you generate or become aware of new data. Furthermore, and perhaps most exciting, you may have a large impact on your field by changing its basic practices or introducing new, improved ideas before anyone else. Research serves a critical role in this respect. For any technical area, and forensic science in particular, a vigorous and well-executed research and development effort helps ensure the future integrity of the practice. However, research can also be frustrating and difficult. For example, the saying "If we knew what we were doing, it wouldn't be research" is very apt. You are often, even permanently, in a state of "not knowing." This applies to the many times when an experiment does not work, when you don't know the best way to proceed, or the fact that your questions will always outnumber your answers. While mastering these inner mental battles of research is important, one must always remember that all research happens in the context of the real world. This is especially true in the forensic sciences where one of the biggest mistakes one can make is to work on projects that are too esoteric or lack practical application. The worst consequence of this is that your research will largely be ignored and have little to no impact. Another necessary evil of conducting successful research is obtaining adequate funding. While some institutions have internal funds that can be dedicated to research, these funds are rare and often small in quantity. Hence, generating external research funds is necessary and you must always be prepared to justify your work to your current sponsors while at the same time soliciting future funding. Throughout this and other processes of research, you are called upon to communicate your results orally and through writing. While this may not be difficult, well-developed communication skills are critical. Finally, and of importance to a young scientist, full time research positions in the forensic sciences are rare. However, opportunities do exist, largely centered in academic and government labs that do not have a law enforcement focus. The time and monetary demands of full time casework often make research impossible in law enforcement agencies. Conversely, case work and court testimony will likely be a minor part of a research career.
Forensics lab investigators use cutting-edge science in order to help solve cases and prevent crime. The pros of being an investigator are helping the community, the salary and knowledge. The cons are some of the subjects dealt with, the schooling to become an investigator and the long hours.
PROS- dead bodies, blood, dress up, fighting, screaming, cool shades, MIB gear, sexy men, bad boys, dirty money CONS- working, physical activity.
You have to work at 24/7.
A proctologist deals with the rectum & anus. (For CSI fans, I learnt this when Gil Grissom joked that he'd been to see a proctologist after the sheriff was being a pain in the a...)
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Scientists. Microbiologists in particular. Oh, are you asking for a reason as in job related. Well obviously police foresics (CSI), biologists, chemists, drug companies, schools, doctors, agencies like the CDC that are tracking the spread of diseases like West Nile virus, etc.
Electrophoresis per se cannot be used to implicate a suspect. Rather, electrophoresis is merely one of many analytical techniques which may be applied to a specific question, being posed by a an investigator. The value of electrophoresis is nil outside the data quality objectives (DQOs) presented by the investigating team, and the QA/QC program of the analyzing laboratory. Without QA/QC, in the lab, and without appropriate DQOs, electrophoresis is no more capable of implicating a suspect than a ouija board. Laboratories cannot perform in the real world as seen on TV's CSI, and real CSIs would go to jail if they pulled some of the stunts seen on the TV series.
The standard answer is that the hyloid (lingual bone) is the only bone in the human body not articulated to another bone. A lesser reported claim to fame is the hyloid's popularity with detective story writers who call on the hyloid to prove or disprove chocking as the cause of death in their stories" (What would CSI be without a quick "His hyloid was unbroken , he couldn't have been choked to death.) But the most interesting fact concerning the hyloid, or its absence, was that it was the principle "proof" that Neanderthals could not speak. Now the discovery, in 1983, of a Neanderthal hyoid bone was found at the Kebara Cave in Israel confused the issue again.
a CSI agent investigates crimes
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Danny is still a csi agent and afterwards he is comforted by don and stella
No. An FBI agent is a special agent/criminal investigator with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. CSI is an acronym that means Crime Scene Investigation/Investigator. It is a role within a police department. CSI investigators/techs search crime scenes for evidence and then analyze and process what they find.
what education and training are necessary for being a CSI
5 to 8 years
Answer: You will gain a stronger stomach by becoming a CSI Agent. If you don't have a strong stomach don't choose this job. Also another benift of being a CSI Agent you get to learn more about how people die. Also some things they do are responsible for complex Crime scene investigations. There responsibility is to evaluate the scene using various types of equipment. (Ex. Magnifying Glass, Plastic Bags, and Hand Axe .) Also there job includes getting scientific evaluations and comparisons. They prepare dental reports and on what they find at the scan. Cool right.
probably at least 1 thousand
The cast of N.Y.P.D.M. - 2011 includes: Jocelyn Aguilar as Pickpocket Grace Bannon as Lisa Jamie Bernadette as Madison Dean Cates as CSI Agent Bob Cook Sarah De La Isla as Nancy Sarah De La Isla as Sarah Nicholas Harsin as Nick Rob Lambert as Suspect Jeremy Luyties as CSI Agent Janelle Marra as Andersen Ben Pace as Fagin Marisa Persson as Hitchhiker James Randolph as CSI Agent Korey Simeone as Christian Lawrence Thomas as CSI Agent Natalie Turpin as Spiller Jilon VanOver as Grimm
Nope. Not for a while