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Towards establishing the first ever stable isotope ratio baseline in Crete (Greece) for forensic identification

Project: Research Collaboration with external organisation

  • Kranioti, Elena (Principal Investigator)
  • Elissavet, Dotsika (Co-investigator)
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/05/18 → …
Period1/05/18 → …

Description

This project aims in creating the first ever stable isotope ratio baseline in Crete (Greece) as a forensic identification tool on a region which constitutes a common illegal entry to Europe for war immigrants, people and drug traffickers. As such, the project perfectly fits the AAFS HHRRC humanitarian goals towards a global support of personal identification in areas lacking specialised forensic services.

Research outputs