BEST PAPER IN A REFEREED JOURNAL
Jo-Anne Bright, Rebecca Richards, Maarten Kruijver, Hannah Kelly, Catherine McGovern et al.
Internal validation of STRmixTM – A multi laboratory response to PCAST.
- Rees Powell, Wilhelm van Bronswijk and John Coumbaros.
Enhancing the evidential value of textile fibres Part 1: Development of a spectral database and evaluative comparison strategy.
- Fiona Bright, Robert Vink, Roger Byard, Jhodie Duncan, Henry Krous and David Paterson.
Abnormalities in substance P neurokinin-1 receptor binding in key brainstem nuclei in sudden infant death syndrome related to prematurity and sex.
- Duncan Taylor, Alex Biedermann, Tacha Hicks and Christophe Champod.
A template for constructing Bayesian networks in forensic biology cases when considering activity level propositions.
BEST TECHNICAL ARTICLE OR NOTE
Enhancing forensic investigation through the use of modern three-dimensional (3D) imaging technologies for crime scene reconstruction.
BEST CHAPTER IN A BOOK
Fiona Bright, Robert Vink and Roger Byard.
Brainstem neuropathology in sudden infant death syndrome.
BEST LITERATURE REVIEW
Yao-Yuan Liu and SallyAnn Harbison.
A review of bioinformatic methods for forensic DNA analyses.
BEST CASE STUDY
Amanda Freeman and Stephen Wills.
Fatal methemoglobinemia complicating alkaptonuria (ochronosis): a rare presentation.
Duncan Tayor, Oliva Handt, Damien Abarno and John Buckleton.
Likelihood ratio formulae for disputed parentage when the product of conception is trisomic.
THE HENRY DELAFORCE AWARD
Considerations for adoption of an evaluative reporting framework for the interpretation of firearms and toolmarks evidence.