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Forensic Scientists Watching TV

How would Sherlock get on in a real crime scene? What crucial clue does Silent Witness need to pick up on? We asked two of our Forensic Science students to dissect the BBC's finest detectives!

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Dr Angela Gallop interview: Forensic Science

Dr. Angela Gallop, an honorary graduate of The University of Sheffield and highly influential in the world of forensic evidence talks about the role of evidence and forensic science in criminal cases.

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Landscape50: Teresa Moller

Chilean Landscape Architect Teresa Moller reflects on the merits of ‘quiet’ Landscape Architecture.

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The Annual Krebs Lecture by Dr Richard Henderson. Tuesday 24 April 2018.

The Annual Krebs Krebs Lecture The University welcomed 400 students, staff, alumni and members of the public to the Annual Krebs Lecture on Tuesday 24 April. The guest speaker for the…

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EDU6147 3a. What is Constructive Alignment?

EDU6147 3a. An Introduction to the Constructive Alignment framework for learning and teaching. This video gives a short overview of what is meant by constructive alignment and why and how it can be…

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Constructive Alignment in Action

In this video, you’ll hear from staff involved in learning and teaching design at Sheffield. Each of them share their experiences using Constructive Alignment in their teaching. Their examples…

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Urban Studies & Planning: Using the mobile HTC Vive VR Kit

This instructional video provides guidance on transporting, setting up, using and packing away the HTC Vive VR Kit which is available for students of the Department for Urban Studies & Planning…

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How Do You Conduct a Reconstruction?

In this video, we talk to three people experienced in forensic facial reconstruction to find out how they go about reconstructing a face. First, we’ll hear from the Mr. X case pathologist…

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When Would We Need a Facial Reconstruction?

Facial reconstruction is currently used in two principal contexts: forensic science and archaeology. In this video, Professor Caroline Wilkinson explains the circumstances where she has been asked to…

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Finding Mr X: Building the Face

In this video, we hear from Senior Forensic Scientist, Nikki Taylor, who conducted the original facial reconstruction of Mr. X whilst working as an intern at the Medico-Legal Centre in 2000.…

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A Career in Forensics and Anatomy

How do you become an expert in Forensic Anatomy? In this video, we’ll hear from our course experts as they tell us how they came to be involved in forensic work. Continue learning If…

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Forensic Facial Reconstruction timelapse

Daheen Lee, Anatomy Demonstrator at the School of Biomedical Science at the University of Sheffield, builds a full facial reconstruction from a skull in clay. 'Mr X' was a badly decomposed…

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Finding Mr X: Solving the Case

Here our story ends with the identification of Mr. X and the closure of the ‘body in the bag’ case for South Yorkshire Police. Firstly, we’ll hear from Nicola, as she recounts how…

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Applying the Muscles of the Face

A knowledge of facial anatomy is vital to be able to reconstruct a face from a skull. In this video, we’ll explain the key muscle groups of the face and the order in which they are applied…

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Our demonstrators investigate: determining the ethnicity of a skull

As part of their Biomedical Science undergraduate degree, students here at Sheffield undertake a Forensic Anatomy module where they are given a box of ‘anatomical evidence’ relating to an…

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Our demonstrators investigate: identifying the sex of a skull

As part of their Biomedical Science undergraduate degree, students here at Sheffield undertake a Forensic Anatomy module where they are given a box of ‘anatomical evidence’ relating to an…

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