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Murder Mystery Writers: How Metal Evaluation Software Functions In A Forensics Lab

Posted by on Mar 29, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Murder Mystery Writers: How Metal Evaluation Software Functions In A Forensics Lab

If you are looking to write a murder mystery, and you are conducting research on methods of poisoning and death, you may be very interested in learning how forensics and pathology labs figure out what killed the deceased. Besides the various instruments that the forensics technicians use, they have the help of some metal evaluation software. While this type of software can be used for geological, geotechnical and even industrial/ metalworks applications, it has a very unique purpose in forensic pathology. If you intend to make your murder mystery as realistic as possible, here is how metal evaluation software functions in a forensics lab, should you need to include such information in your novel. Samples of Blood Are Taken and Tested When a possible murder victim enters a morgue, the pathologist takes samples of the victim’s blood. Different chemical...

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Four Good Reasons To Use Terminal Emulation Software

Posted by on Mar 13, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Four Good Reasons To Use Terminal Emulation Software

Terminal emulation software allows one user to see, in real time, exactly what another user is seeing on his or her computer screen. While using such a program may seem like spying, there are a number of good uses for terminal emulation software, including training, collaborating on projects and quality control. Five good uses for terminal emulation software 1. For training. With so many employees working from home, it can be complicated and costly to get everyone together in one room for a training session. With terminal emulation software, the trainer can monitor a student’s inputs to see if the student is grasping the new information. This is especially useful with new employees, where they may be the only person in the class at the time. 2. To work on projects together, remotely. Another good way to use terminal...

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