Christmas Lectures 2022: Lecture 2/3 ‘Missing Body’ – with Sue Black

From The Royal Institution.

Professor Sue Black investigates a mysterious crime scene, and reveals some of the forensic techniques that are used to track down criminals. This is the second of the 2022 Royal Institution annual Christmas lectures.

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Professor Dame Sue Black DBE is a forensic anthropologist, anatomist and academic and is currently the President of St John’s College Oxford, and Visiting Professor of Computing and Communications at Lancaster University, having previously been Pro-Vice Chancellor at Lancaster University.

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