Search Results -

Use the form below to search again. Example: For a complete list of courses, search 'Training Programs'

202 Search Results Found For: ""

Episode 126 | Just Analyzing Beverages for Cannabinoids

In episode three of the 2020 R&D Season, Just Science interviews Dr. Carl Wolf from the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals about 40 plus ways NOT to analyze beverages for cannibinoids. From professional student, to a leading researcher in the analysis of cannabinoids, Dr. Wolf has been involved in academia for decades. In that time, […]


Drugs of Abuse: Identification of Positional Isomers by Solid-Phase GC-IR

Instructions for registering for this archived webinar:  Already have an account with RTI? If yes, Login here and then proceed to register for the webinar: You don’t have an account with RTI? Follow these 3 steps to create one. Go to to create a new account. Click on the link in the confirmation email you receive to finalize the setup of your new account. If you do not receive this confirmation email, please email us at for us to manually [...]


New User Account Creation

If you do not have an account with us, please follow the steps below before making a purchase or trying to access any of our courses. If you have any questions, please contact our customer service department at or 1-866-252-8415.  1. Navigate to and create your new user account. (Please remember your username and password because our system will force you to log into your user account before you can register or view any training content/webinars.) 2. After your account is [...]


Episode 125 | Just Skeletal Remains Identification

In episode two of the 2020 R&D Season, Just Science interviews Dr. Heather Garvin, Associate Professor of Anatomy at Des Moines University, about her work with OSTEOID, an online resource for species identification of skeletal remains.  Approximately 30-40% of cases involving skeletal remains received by forensic anthropologists end up being animal bones. Forensic anthropologists can use their expert knowledge to quickly determine if the remains are human. Dr. Garvin and her team are […]


Episode 124 | Just Another Method for Detecting Fentanyl

In episode one of the 2020 R&D Season, Just Science interviews Dr. Ling Wang, post-doctoral associate at Florida International University, about the detection and quantitation of fentanyl mixtures by Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy and Chemometrics. Opioid abuse has grown considerably in the last few years. New fentanyl analogs appear in street drugs at an alarming […]


Episode 123 | Just So You Know: The HHRRC’s Impact

The American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) Humanitarian and Human Rights Resource Center (HHRRC) seeks to promote humanitarian and human rights action in the field of forensic sciences. This effort would not be possible without the support provided by NIJ’s FTCoE and AAFS. The HHRRC improves the practice of forensic science and strengthens its impact […]


Hemp: A Forensic Perspective [Agilent]

Instructions for registering for this archived webinar:  This webinar originally occurred Tuesday, March 31st, 2020. Duration: 1 hour(s) Sponsored by Agilent Technologies Speaker: Anthony Macherone, Ph.D., Sr. Scientist, Strategic Program Manager & Cannabis Applications Technical Leader, Agilent Technologies; Visiting Professor, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine     From a forensic perspective, a laboratory must […]


Episode 122 | Improving the System: Just the Innocence Project

In episode four of the Improving the System season. Just Science interviews Sarah Chu, Senior Adviser on Forensic Science Policy at the Innocence Project, about their work to end wrongful conviction. Currently, there are over 2,500 cases on the National Registry of Exonerations. Organizations like the Innocence Project work tirelessly to put an end to wrongful convictions. […]


Episode 121 | Improving the System: Just the Organization of Scientific Area Committees

In episode three of the Improving the System season, Just Science interviews John Paul Jones and Mark Stolorow of NIST about the Organization of Scientific Area Committees for Forensic Science. The 2009 National Academy of Sciences report on forensic science cited a lack of national leadership and scientifically sound standards. Its authors specifically looked to NIST to […]