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Join us on Thursday, April 28, 2011 from 6:00PM - 9:00PM for a lively, interactive experience at The Mütter Museum of College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Collaborate with forensics experts from leading institutions as they guide us through the necessary skills to solve the crime. Decipher the clues, analyze the data and fit the pieces together to solve the mystery! Enjoy a panel discussion about the case and the identification tests/techniques used, then ask your questions to learn more about the life of a crime scene investigator.
A reception with beer, wine, and soft drinks will follow for all participants (must be age 21 or over to participate).
Collaborators: The Mütter Museum of College of Physicians of Philadelphia, Association of Women in Forensic Science, Philadelphia University, La Salle University, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Police Department - Forensic Science Bureau, Philadelphia Medical Examiner's Office-Forensic Investigations Unit.
In association with The Philadelphia Science Festival.
You must be 21 years-old or older to attend this event.
The College of Physicians of Philadelphia is the oldest medical society & the oldest steward of American Medicine, and is regarded as the “Birthplace of American Medicine”SM, offering insight into medicine’s past, present and future.
Our specimens, book collections, archives, personal journals and ephemera are more relevant today than ever – attracting more visitors and users of our collections and facilities than ever before in our history.
Dedicated to advancing the cause of health while upholding the ideals and heritage of medicine, the College remains an unbiased community resource without allegiance to one healthsystem, a particular educational institution or industry.
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