BEST PAPER IN A REFEREED JOURNAL
Andrew Camilleri, Damien Abarno, Carolyne Bird, Anne Coxon, Natasha Mitchell, Kahlee Redman, Nicol Sly, Stephen Wills, Edmund Silenieks, Ellie Simpson and Heather Lindsay.
A risk-based approach to cognitive bias in forensic science.
Duncan Taylor, James Curran and John Buckleton.
Likelihood ratio development for mixed Y-STR profiles.
Kelsey Seyfang, Nick Lucas, Kahlee Redman, Rachel Popelka-Filcoff, Hilton Kobus and Paul Kirkbride.
Glass-containing gunshot residues and particles of industrial and occupational origins: Considerations for evaluating traces.
BEST TECHNICAL ARTICLE OR NOTE
Duncan Taylor, Emily Rowe, Maarten Kruijver, Damien Abarno, Jo-Ann Bright and John Buckleton.
Inter-sample contamination detection using mixture deconvolution comparison.
BEST CHAPTER IN A BOOK
BEST LITERATURE REVIEW
Roland van Oorschot, Bianca Szkuta, Georgina Meakin, Bas Kokshoorn and Mariya Goray.
DNA transfer in forensic science: A review.
Duncan Taylor, Bas Kokshoorn and Alex Biedermann.
Evaluation of forensic genetics findings given activity level propositions: A review.
BEST CASE STUDY
Emma Partridge, Stephen Trobbiani, Peter Stockham, Cheryl Charlwood and Chris Kostakis.
A case study involving U-47700, Diclazepam and Flubromazepam - application of retrospective analysis of HRMS data.
Christine Nash, Danielle Butzback, Peter Stockham, Timothy Scott, Greg Abroe, Ben Painter, John Gilbert and Chris Kostakis.
A fatality involving furanylfentanyl and MMMP, with presumptive identification of three MMMP metabolites in urine.
THE HENRY DELAFORCE AWARD
Chris Flight, Max Jones and Kaye Ballantyne.
Determination of the maximum distance blood spatter travels from a vertical impact.