UDS has established the Department of Forensic Sciences to train students who ultimately will become the next generation of professionals in the forensic discipline.
Researchers from the University for Development Studies (UDS) Department of Forensic Sciences reiterates that forensic science is facing fundamental challenges in Ghana.
Keynote Speech Delivered By Lydia Quansah (PhD), HoD Forensic Science Department, University for Development Studies (UDS) On June 24, 2021
Theme: “Forensic Science: An Interdisciplinary Field for Achieving Sustainable Development in Ghana” (Delivered at Maiden FSOGH Forensic Science Symposium, UDS Library 24/6 Reading Room – Nyankpala Campus) Introduction The need for sustainable […]
The transnational exchange of forensic DNA data has become a modern trend in fighting cross-border crime, terrorism and illegal immigration.
Information technology has greatly advanced in the 21st century, with increasing global interconnectivity. Data and information used by organizations are mainly stored or carried through cyberspace. This comes with many vulnerabilities or […]
Every year the University of Cape Coast holds a forensic science seminar to educate the University community and the general public about the significance of forensic science in Ghana. The third annual […]
Forensic science can simply be described as using scientific techniques to answer the investigative questions: what?, who?, when?, where?, how?, why?
The control of drugs of abuse has become a bottleneck across the entire globe. This stems from the problems associated with the production of these drugs, their trafficking and then to the final consumption which produces its end effect on the user.
Forensic science is a developing field in Ghana and major advancements have occurred recently.
Fingerprint identification has been used in forensic science for over 100 years. They are frequently found at crime scenes or items used during the commission of a crime. The basic premises of […]