BEST PAPER - FORENSIC FUNDAMENTALS
Alexandra Bettison, Matt N. Krosch, Janet Chaseling and Kirsty Wright
Bloodstain Pattern Analysis: Does experience equate to expertise?
Nicola Beckett, Rebecca Tidy, Bianca Douglas and Colin Priddis
Detection of intact insulin analogues in post-mortem vitreous humour-Application to forensic toxicology casework.
BEST PAPER - CAPABILITY ENHANCEMENT AND INNOVATION
Duncan Taylor, Jo-Anne Bright, Lenara Scandrett, Damien Abarno, Shan-I Lee, Richard Wivell,
Hannah Kelly and John Buckleton
Validation of a top-down DNA profile analysis for database searching using a fully continuous probabilistic genotyping model.
Meng-Han Lin, Shan-I Lee, Xinlong Zhang, Laura Russell, Hannah Kelly, Kevin Cheng, Stuart Cooper, Richard Wivell, Zane Kerr, Judi Morawitz and Jo-Anne Bright
Developmental validation of FaSTR™ DNA: Software for the analysis of forensic DNA profiles.
BEST TECHNICAL ARTICLE OR NOTE
Russell Cook, Natasha Mitchell and Julianne Henry
Assessment of DiamondTM Nucleic Acid Dye for the identification and targeted sampling of latent DNA in operational casework.
Jo-Anne Bright, John Buckleton and Duncan Taylor
Probabilistic interpretation of the Amelogenin locus.
Selina Leow and Denice Higgins
Can dental charting from a post-mortem computed tomographical scan produce a confident forensic identification without traditional physical and radiographic examination?
BEST CASE STUDY
Andrew Camilleri, Sam Alfred, Cobus Gerber, Stephen Lymb, Ben Painter, Anne Rathjen and Peter Stockham
Delivering harm reduction to the community and frontline medical practitioners through the South Australian Drug Early Warning System (SADEWS).
Rees Powell, Peter Collins, Graham Horsley, John Coumbaros and Wilhelm van Bronswijk
Enhancing the evidential value of textile fibres Part 2: Application of a database-driven fibre comparison strategy to a cold-case investigation.
BEST LITERATURE REVIEW
Jack Garland, Benjamin Ondruschka, Ugo Da Broi, Cristian Palmiere and Rexson Tse
Post mortem tryptase: A review of literature on its use, sampling and interpretation in the investigation of fatal anaphylaxis.
Meghan Mckinnon, Maciej Henneberg and Denice Higgins
A Review of the Current Understanding of Burned Bone as a Source of DNA for Human Identification.
BEST NEW PUBLISHER IN A REFEREED JOURNAL
Owyn Butters, Matt N. Krosch, Michell Roberts and Donna MacGregor
Application of forward-looking infrared (FLIR) imaging from an unmanned aerial platform in the search for decomposing remains.
Lauren Atwood, Jennifer Raymond, Alison Sears, Michael Bell and Runa Daniel
From identification to intelligence: An assessment of the suitability of forensic DNA phenotyping service providers for use in Australian law enforcement casework.