Whose Fingerprints Were Left Behind?

SKU: S-91
$75.00

ABOUT THIS PRODUCT:


After a crime has been committed, the evidence left behind can identify a potential culprit, although a single piece of evidence is not usually enough to convict someone. Even in this age of DNA, fingerprints and blood stains are still important at helping to identify a criminal. In this experiment, your students will learn to detect and analyze fingerprints and then use these techniques to solve a classroom crime.

• Explore the use of fingerprint evidence in forensic science
• Create personal ink prints using our Fingerprint Report Cards™, identify key patterns, and practice dusting for prints
• Compare classroom fingerprints to detected crime scene evidence
• A great way to introduce biometric identification or create a classroom crime scene

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Details

Group Size:

For 10 lab groups


Time Required:

Complete in 50 minutes


Kit Includes:

Instructions, brushes, magnifying lens, fingerprint cards, black dusting powder, grey dye dusting powder, fingerprint lifters.


Storage:

Room Temperature

Group Size:

For 10 lab groups


Time Required:

Complete in 50 minutes


Kit Includes:

Instructions, brushes, magnifying lens, fingerprint cards, black dusting powder, grey dye dusting powder, fingerprint lifters.


Storage:

Room Temperature