Linked co-authored papers accepted for presentation at ANZFSS 2016.
Sean attends the University of Lausanne to participate in a PhD jury.
Sean Doyle accepts an invitation to be a member of a PhD jury of the University of Lausanne for a thesis on the use of IRMS in forensic science.
Sean Doyle accepts an invitation to jointly edit a special edition of Science & Justice, the journal of the Forensic Science Society, in conjunction with the 5th FIRMS Conference http://www.forensic-isotopes.org/2013.html.
Linked Forensic Consultants provides expertise in interpretation for a research project, the results of which have been submitted for publication with the title ‘The role of isotope ratio mass spectrometry as a tool for the comparison of physical evidence’.
Sean Doyle accepts an invitation to supervise two research projects at Otago: a Master’s project studying the effects of explosive events on the isotopic signatures of human tissue and an undergraduate project studying the chemical profiling of energetic materials.
Linked Forensic Consultants prepares a bid for the global forensic database project for submission to ENFSI board.
Linked Forensic Consultants prepares, contributes to and delivers a submission to the UK Home Office review of forensic science research.
Linked Forensic Consultants delivers generic proposal for the global forensic database project.