Dr. Jan Halámek
July 7, 2021
Dr. Jan Halámek and graduate student Morgan Eldridge recently published a study in ACS Omega titled “Determination of Time Since Deposition of Fingerprints via Colorimetric Assays.” They were also chosen to submit an alternate cover for this iteration of the journal.
Citation: Brunelle, E., Eldridge, M., & Halámek, J. (2021). Determination of Time since Deposition of Fingerprints via Colorimetric Assays. ACS Omega, 6(19), 12898–12903. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsomega.1c01344
September 16, 2021
Jan Halámek Appointed Associate Editor for Forensic Chemistry, a specialty section of Frontiers in Analytical Science
Dr. Jan Halámek has been appointed as an Associate Editor for Forensic Chemistry, a specialty section of Frontiers in Analytical Science. Frontiers is a leading open-access science platform which covers more than 900 academic disciplines. The Analytical Science journal specifically focuses on research related to the development and application of techniques for detecting, analyzing, and monitoring chemicals and chemical/biochemical systems.
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