Stories in Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification
A graduate from MSc Forensic Art & Facial Identification (now MSc Forensic Art & Facial Imaging) is using DNA to create virtual facial reconstructions in a bid to identify hundreds of human skeletal remains
Work by dozens of students from some of the UK's most innovative and exciting postgraduate courses will be exhibited online when the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design Masters Showcase 2020 opens next month.
Earlier this year, the Bits & Bones exhibition was a student organised event to showcase their range of artwork and talents, and provide the public with an introduction to the fields of Medical and Forensic Art
Funding for new Freeform/Haptic equipment, 3D scanners and laptops
The spines of skeletons recovered from archaeological sites provide tantalising clues as to the lives led by past populations and potentially even into their socio-cultural structure, according to a University of Dundee researcher.