an member station

Dr Lee Goff, Dean of Forensic Science, Chaminade U of Honolulu and curator, "Crime Scene Insects," LV Natural History Museum
... on just what insects can tell us about the scene of the crime and whether the popularity of CSI television shows has set people's expections too high for what answers the evidence can provide.

Support comes from

More Stories

A scorpion fly perches on a leaf at the research farm where Lindgren studied the decomposition of human remains. Scorpion flies are among the first insects to visit a corpse.
NPR
Shots - Health News
The blood cancer in soft-shell clams poses no risk to humans, but it does kill the shellfish.
NPR
Shots - Health News
Now Playing
/
My Queue
Press Play to start audio

My Queue

Nothing Playing

Add some items to your playlist to play them.