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Crime & Justice

From forensics to fighting crime, law, criminal justics and spy agencies. Meet real-life professionals working in the exciting world of STEM + Crime & Justice.

Paige McElhinney - Forensic Scientist
Crime & Justice

Forensic scientist

Paige McElhinney uses STEM skills on the daily to help solve crimes!

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Paige McElhinney - Forensic Scientist
Crime & Justice

Forensic scientist

Paige McElhinney uses STEM skills on the daily to help solve crimes!

Hannah Fas - intellectual property law
Crime & Justice

STEM lawyer

Studying science and law has given Hannah Fas the edge working in intellectual property law.

Science

Forensic scientist

Kari’s knowledge in glass, gunshot residue, paints, arson accelerants, soils and minerals makes her one of the most experienced forensic scientists in the WA ChemCentre physical evidence lab.

Samara Garrett-Rickman forensic biologist UTS
Science

Forensic scientist

People in crime shows can just look at a body and tell the time of death, but for real life forensic scientists it’s not so easy…

web police
Cyber Security

Web Police

Australian Federal Police (AFP) agent Janis Dalins is investigating how AI can help keep us safe online in his role as a digital forensic examiner.

Forensic scientist

Jodie Ward is an expert in all things bones and forensic DNA profiling. We spoke with Jodie to find out what being a forensic scientist is really like, and why we should have more women in the forensic workforce!

Cyber Crime Fighter

[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]Ongoing ‘healthy competition’ with her brother was the reason Shishira Skanda first tried computer games. Once she discovered she could make computers do things