Carl W. Scheele created a test to detect arsenic in corpses by conducting an experiment with pigs to figure out which pigs had clear or smoky lungs.
During this time, many medical advancements allowed people to indicate cause of death with new tools that came about.
Valentin Ross was a German chemist who made the discovery of finding small amounts of arsenic.
Also known as the "father of toxicology", he helped out during the Age of Poisons epidemic in France.
The polarizing microscope was made to create an illumination for transmitting light.
The use of photography became astonishing when using it as evidence.
He introduced the Bertillon's system.
The first criminal investigation book using forensic science was published by the author Hans Gross
Karl Landsteiner created the ABO blood typing.
This case broke down the Bertillon's system when two men had the same identical measurements.
The first crime lab opens in the United States In Los Angeles.
The FBI national laboratory opens.
He is the Father of Modern Microscopy.