Forensic Nanotechnology

Identification, evaluation, investigation of the crime, and finding connections between pieces of evidence and criminals are all part of forensic science. Nano-forensics is a cutting-edge field of forensic science that involves the development of nano-sensors for crime investigations and terrorist activity inspections by detecting explosive gases, biological substances, and residues. Nano-analysis is widely used in the identification of crimes using nanotechnology. Scanning Electron Microscopy, Transmission Electron Microscopy, Atomic Force Microscopy, Dynamic Light Scattering, and Raman Microscopy are some of the techniques used in these analyses.

These techniques help forensic scientists in two ways:

1) by allowing them to evaluate nano-scaled samples

2) by allowing them to use the unique properties of nanomaterial to detect and collect evidence that was previously impossible.

DNA extraction from palm prints, fingerprints, gun residues, explosives, and heavy metals are just a few of the trying to cut techniques that can help forensic scientists produce conclusive evidence.

Forensic Toxicological Analysis

 Forensic DNA Analysis

 Forensic DNA Typing

 Forensic Fingerprint Visualization

 Forensic Explosive Detection

 Post Blast Explosive Residues Analysis

 Gunshot Residue Analysis

Market Analysis: The global market for forensic technologies and services, which was estimated to be worth US$48.8 billion in 2020, is expected to expand to US$77.8 billion by 2027, with a CAGR of 6.9% over the analysed period.


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