Carl W. Scheele devises test used to detect large amount of arsenic in corpses, to detect poisoning.
Valentin Rose devises more precise ways of testing for arsenic.
Mathieu Orilla publishes an article about the effects of different toxins and their detection.
the discovery of new ways to match people to places and crimes
polarizing microscope allows for the inspection of materials over different polarizing layers
First time sperm was observed under the microscope.
Allowed for the use of blood as evidence
Published paper on the comparison of handwriting in forgery
basically the basis of modern forensic science.
Father of Modern Microscopy
the keeping of criminal records
Photographs allowed for the physical storage of a criminal's features
kept records of prisoners off their facial and body measurements
finger prints are unique.
The construction of forensic centers in the US