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Today, we sit down with Josep De Alcaraz, an Assistant Professor of Forensic Science at the University of New Haven and a Seasonal Lecturer at the University of Barcelona. For nearly nine years, Josep worked as a member of a Forensic Science unit of the Mossos d’Esquadra as a representative of the Handwriting and Document Analysis Laboratory to ENFSI. On top of this, he is directing an international research project on latent fingerprint dating technologies.

Since 1996, Josep’s professional and educational careers have developed in three countries – both the public and private sectors. With a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology from the University of Liverpool and a M.S. in Criminalistics from the University of Barcelona, he is actively involved in the forensic science community, and is a member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and the International Association for Identification.

In this conversation, we go over:

  • How Josep got into forensic science. 
  • Why crime scene work is so unpredictable. 
  • How crime investigation can psychologically impact those who do it. 
  • What the future of forensic science may be. 
  • The influence of CSI shows on real criminal cases. 

You can learn more about Josep and his work by clicking here, and can contribute to his Indiegogo campaign, “Forensics in Time and Space,” here!

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