This study aimed to uncover the relationship between forensic dentistry and various dental specialties in articles published in the Journal of Forensic Odonto-. The importance of dental identification has grown exponentially over the years, and forensic dentistry has become an essential tool in identifying people in mass disasters, crime investigations, ethnic studies, and in the identification of decomposed and disfigured bodies. The various methods used in forensic dentistry include dental fingerprints, x-rays, photographic studies, rugoscopy, cheiloscopy, and molecular methods. Research methods applied in forensic dentistry are reasonably reliable, but deficiencies must be taken into account to make it a more significant and relevant procedure.
This article provides an overview of the various experimental studies to aid in identification processes, and analyzes their feasibility and limitations in daily practice. The ontology of digital forensic disciplines is a novel approach to organizing knowledge of the digital forensic domain and constitutes the main contribution of this article. Forensic facial recognition (FFR) is the use of biometric facial recognition for several applications in forensic science. The present study provides information on nuclear forensics and focuses on the urgent need for a comprehensive plan to establish a nuclear forensic laboratory across India.
Forensic anthropology represents a complex, dynamic and rapidly evolving discipline within anthropology and forensic science. Nuclear forensics, a subdiscipline of forensic science, consists of analyzing intercepted illicit nuclear or radioactive material and any associated material, which can help law enforcement agencies, as well as evaluating possible vulnerabilities associated with the use, production and storage of these materials as part of a nuclear safety infrastructure. The persistent problem is that the professional qualities and skills of forensic students from different institutions vary due to the lack of an efficient forensic pedagogical model. In 75 cases (34.9%), no forensic report was prepared in the emergency service and, of the 140 cases for which a forensic report was prepared, only 3 of the reports were prepared correctly.
This concept is used to estimate the importance of forensic anthropology work on mass disasters and other forensic examinations. The process of identifying forensic evidence from the application schema can be applied to a wide range of forensic environments. Forensic dentistry is a topic present in most dental schools in Brazil and, due to this reality, some universities carry out activities related to undergraduate and graduate students, from the course of Dentistry to the doctorate. Nuclear forensics helps respond to any event in which nuclear material is found beyond regulatory control; a response plan is being presented and a nuclear forensic analysis program is being developed to sufficiently deter smugglers.
One of the changing challenges addressed in this field is cloud forensics, which applies digital forensics to the cloud computing paradigm to carry out live or static investigations in the cloud environment. This study aimed to determine the forensic qualifications of nurses working in emergency services in the Dammam area and their knowledge of the principles of forensic nursing. Insects are used in a variety of ways in forensic science, and the developing area of forensic acarology may have a similar range of potential. Often, the technical and scientific aspect of forensic geological research can be the simplest; after all, this is what the forensic geologist has been trained for.
Forensic dentistry has become an increasingly important tool for identifying individuals involved in mass disasters, crime investigations, ethnic studies, or those whose bodies have been decomposed or disfigured. It relies on various methods such as dental fingerprints, x-rays, photographic studies, rugoscopy, cheiloscopy, molecular methods or facial recognition technology for biometric identification purposes. Research methods applied in this field are reasonably reliable but have certain deficiencies that must be taken into account for it to become more significant and relevant. This article provides an overview of various experimental studies related to identification processes as well as their feasibility and limitations when used in daily practice.
Nuclear forensics is another subdiscipline within this field that consists of analyzing intercepted illicit nuclear or radioactive material as well as any associated material that can help law enforcement agencies evaluate possible vulnerabilities associated with its use or storage as part of a nuclear safety infrastructure. Additionally, cloud forensics applies digital forensics to cloud computing environments for live or static investigations while insect analysis is used for various purposes within this field as well as for developing new areas such as acarology. Forensic dentistry is present in most dental schools across Brazil where universities carry out activities related to undergraduate and graduate students from Dentistry courses up to doctorate level. Furthermore, this study aimed to determine the qualifications of nurses working in emergency services regarding their knowledge on principles related to this field as well as its importance when dealing with mass disasters or other examinations.
Finally, it also highlights how technical aspects related to geological research can be simplified when handled by trained professionals.