CAHID at the Dundee Science Festival

Experts from the University of Dundee's Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification are contributing to a number of fun and fascinating events across the Dundee Science Festival from November 1 to November 16.

 

Getting to the bones of the problem: what do forensic anthropologists really do?

Monday, November 10, 6-7.30pm

For teenagers and adults

Avery & Co, 34 South Tay Street, Dundee DD1 1PD

Over the course of three mini-events, featuring two presentations and a workshop, CAHID staff will introduce you to the world of Forensic Anthropology and Human Identification – as it is in the real world.

 

Forensics family fun day

Friday, November 14, 1-4pm

For families

Douglas Community Centre

Come along and meet experts to discover the truth about C.S.I., bones, fingerprints and what forensic anthropologists really do! Featuring one of the UKs leading forensic anthropologists, and director of the University of Dundee’s Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification, Professor Sue Black. Free admission, booking not required.