Forensic science and F Guide - Resources and Review

Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources relevant to forensic medicine.
Range of educational and reference information for anyone with an interest in science, technology, engineering or medicine. Major subject headings are archaeology and palaeontology, biology and medicine, chemistry, engineering and technology, environmental sciences, geography and earth sciences, mathematics and computing, physics and astronomy, social sciences and psychology. There is also a database of scientific questions and answers, listings of science radio and television programmes, and details of science events around the country.
Provides access to the Excerpta Medica database, renowned for its international coverage of drug related research literature. EMBASE covers all aspects of human medicine and related biomedical research, including comprehensive information on drugs and toxicology, clinical medicine, biotechnology and bioengineering, health affairs, psychiatry and forensic medicine. BIDS EMBASE includes more than five million records, with data from 3500 biomedical journals published in 110 countries, dating back to 1980. Subscription required.
Support and connectivity for psychotherapists and others who have survived child abuse and other trauma. Includes links to related organisations, treatment resources, forensics, child abuse resources, the Wounded Healer news.
A scientific publication comprising short reviews that cover the latest advances in the analytical sciences. Fields covered include analytical instrumentation, biochemistry, biotechnology, clinical chemistry, environmental chemistry, forensic science, laboratory automation, materials science, pharmaceutical chemistry, process analysis, surface science, and toxicology.
Official Web site of the Mounties. Extensive information includes details of drug enforcement, economic crime, counterfeiting, drug awareness, immigration and passport control, proceeds of crime, customs and excise, computer and telecommunications crime.
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