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"CSI: Forensic Science" (11-16-2010)   Visit the Website

Full Show: Solving crimes can be a science - the science of forensics. Crime scene investigators (CSIs) gather clues and use scientific tools and practices to help solve crimes. What can CSIs learn from blood? How do they collect fingerprints? What can DNA tell us? Forensic scientists Matthew Gamette and Natasha Wheatley from the Idaho State Police help us read the crime scene clues.

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Other: How does science help solve crimes? Learn more about Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) - the science of forensics - in this video short.

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Web Extra: Forensic scientists Matthew Gamette and Natasha Wheatley from the Idaho State Police stay after to answer more questions about CSI: the science of forensics.

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