Carl W. Scheele devised a test that detected arsenic in a rotting corpses
Valenti Ross discovered a more precise way to diagnose someone who died from arsenic
Mathieu Orilla published an atlas on poisons and their effects on the body.
Created by Andrew Ross, the microscope opened up techniques in new areas for the future development of light microscopy.
University of California at Berkeley Criminaiistics Department led by Dr. Paul Kirk
The first time toxicological evidence was used in a crime scene
The first detection of sperm under a microscope
This helped with making crime scenes more detailed than drawings or writing down the details.
The first test for blood
Alphonse Bertillon introduced the Bertillon's system which said that no two people's measurements were the exact same.
Sherlock was fictional character created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle who influenced modern crime shows today
Jack the Ripper started to terrorize London
Hans Gross wrote the first book about investigation using forensic science called, "Criminal Investigation".
Karl Landsteiner discovered the type of blood such as A+,B-, or O+.
In the Will West Case, the Bertillon system misidentified two men who had nearly the same measurements.
Published by Albert Osborn which included handwriting analysis.
When two objects came into contact, a cross-transfer of materials occurs that can prove that the suspect or victim was at the crime scene.
it was the first FBI laboratory in the U.S.A.
First National Laboratory opens under Director J. Edgar Hoover
FBI Forensic Science Research and Training Center opens up