A selection of useful and reputable websites have been collected together for you here. Obviously many more are available on the web but do make sure you evaluate all websites and any information you find in them before using them in your studies.
Designed as a free and comprehensive guide to the world of forensic science definitions, includes history, topic areas, theory and practice, careers,and more.
Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences
The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences is an international professional body and one of the oldest and largest forensic associations in the world. The main aim of the society is to encourage communication and collaboration in forensic casework. Includes information on accreditation and development, job opportunities and publications.
Royal Society of Chemistry
The largest organisation in Europe for advancing the chemical sciences, includes information in many areas. Chem Spider is worth a look - it is a free chemical structure database providing fast text and structure search access to over 26 million structures from hundreds of data sources.
This is a useful site for current developments in Science and Technology. Futurity features the latest discoveries in all fields from scientists at the top universities in the US, UK, and Canada.
A beginners guide to computer forensics
With the prevalent use of technology in today’s society, a significant amount of data resides inside of people’s computers. This information can be relevant to civil and criminal investigations. Computer forensics involves the collection, analysis, and reporting of digital data to use this information in an investigation. Computer forensics experts must understand how to extract this information in a way that makes it admissible as evidence in court.