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Award recipients 2014

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Best Paper in a Refereed Journal

Winner

Duncan Taylor, Jo-Anne Bright and John Buckleton for their article ‘The interpretation of single source and mixed DNA profiles’.

Highly Commended

David DeTata, Peter Collins and Allan McKinley for their article ‘A fast liquid chromatography quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry(LC-QToF-MS) method for the identification of organic explosives and propellants’.

Highly Commended

Marie Morelato, Simon Baechler, Olivier Ribaux, Alison Beavis, Mark Tahtouh, Paul Kirkbride, Claude Roux and Pierre Margot for their article ‘Forensic intelligence framework – Part 1: Induction of a transversal model by comparing illicit drugs and false identity documents monitoring’.

Best Technical Article or Note

Winner

Kylie Jones, Sarah Benson and Claude Roux for their article ‘The forensic analysis of office paper using carbon isotope ratio mass spectrometry-Part 2: Method development, validation and sample handling’.

Highly Commended

Jo-Anne Bright, Duncan Taylor, James Curran and John Buckleton for their article ‘Searching mixed DNA profiles directly against profile databases’.

Best Chapter in a Book

Winner

Robert Hayes, Sally Kelty and Roberta Julian for their article ‘The Impact of Forensic Evidence on Criminal Justice. Evidence from case processing studies’.

Highly Commended

Darren Quick, Ben Martini and Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo for their article ‘Forensic collection of cloud storage data: Does the act of collection result in changes to the data or its metadata?’

Best Literature Review

Winner

Kerryn Mason, Jonathon Herbst, Roger Byard, John Gilbert, Cheryl Charlwood, Karen Heath, Carl Winskog and Neil Langlois for their article ‘Heat-related deaths in Adelaide, South Australia: Review of the literature and case findings – An Australian perspective’.

Best Case Study

Winner

Roger Byard, Chong Zhou, John Gilbert and Andrea Yool for their article ‘ Basal epithelial formalin pigment deposition in the kidneys – A useful marker for ketoacidosis at autopsy’.

The Henry Delaforce Award

Winner

Sergeant Gerard Dutton. ‘A case study of the interpretation of extraordinary toolmarks on a fatal bullet’.

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