Crime scene investigators have long relied on their own judgment to distinguish blood spatter from the similar looking stains left by flies that land on a dead body and then move to another spot nearby, such as a wall near the victim. David Rivers, a forensic entomology professor at Loyola University Maryland, is developing a spray that would isolate an enzyme distinct to the guts of flies. Read the full article.
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