Forensics lab dissects the tech | Charleston Daily Mail

Tuesday August 9, 2011 by Zack Harold, Daily Mail staff As with everything else, crime is moving online. And thanks to experts at the West Virginia State Police Digital Forensics Unit, there’s a new way to dust for fingerprints.   Cpl. Robert … Continued




Forensic center works outside spotlight – Herald Dispatch

November 08, 2010 – BETH HENDRICKS, The Herald-Dispatch HUNTINGTON — There are no movie stars or television cameras, but there is a lot of real-life CSI drama behind the scenes in Huntington. The Marshall University Forensic Science Center, whose lobby … Continued




$5.4M Awarded to Marshall University Forensic Science Center – WSAZ

Thursday it was announced funding secured by Senator Byrd totaling $5,430,000, and an additional competitive grant award of $540,752, have been awarded to the Marshall University Forensic Science Center for advanced academic research in criminal forensics technologies…read more. WSAZ – … Continued



Art student donates sculpture to the Forensic Science Center

>http://www.herald-dispatch.com/news/marshall/x631787465/Art-student-donates-sculpture-to-the-Forensic-Science-CenterMay 23, 2010 – PAUL SEBERT of the The Herald-Dispatch. Ellen Fure, a junior undergraduate student majoring in art and design at Marshall University, donated her sculpture titled “Individuality” to the Marshall University Forensic Science Center. Fure, who is pursuing … Continued



Edward Tucker tops at architecture awards | MUFSC facility among the honored

>http://www.herald-dispatch.com/business/x874712400/Edward-Tucker-Architects-recognized-for-3-local-projectsApril 17, 2010 – JeanTarbett Hardimen, The Herald-Dispatch — A building where patrons celebrate the written word, a facility that offers cutting edge forensic science education and a space that serves as a showpiece for Marshall’s men’s and women’s basketball … Continued


Marshall Center On the Cutting Edge of Forensics | WOWKTV

Apr 8, 2010- WOWK-TV HUNTINGTON — Since it accepted its first class of students in 1995, the Marshall University Forensic Science Center steadily has grown in both size and reputation, evolving into a recognized leader that’s on the cutting edge … Continued


Marshall to partner with SiQuest in computer forensics training

>http://www.herald-dispatch.com/business/x1127236705/Marshall-to-partner-with-SiQuest-in-computer-forensics-trainingApr 6, 2010, Huntington Herald Dispatch, HUNTINGTON, WV — Marshall University has formed an academic training partnership with a Canadian producer of computer forensics software. SiQuest Corp. …http://www.herald-dispatch.com