The Generic Integrated Forensic Toolbox for CBRN Incidents (GIFT CBRN) Project is about to finish.
The final conference will take place at the Finance Tower in Brussels on October 17th and our team will be there to present the findings and deliverables on: decontamination of evidence, improved sampling methodology, next generation chemical detection, forensic attribution of samples, CBRN crime scene data management and much more.
The successful interrogation of evidence either at a crime scene contaminated with chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) agents, or of the agents themselves back at the lab, is an absolutely vital part of CBRN defence. Not only will processing these agents, or being able to handle traditional evidence in a hazardous environment, be vital to the successful trial and prosecutions of the individuals that carried out the attack, but it might provide vital information as to what agent was used and what medicine needs to be given to the survivors.
Read more about the project: https://giftforensics.eu/
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