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AP6502 - $47.10
Analysis of bloodstains at a crime scene can be critical in solving a crime. Often the blood type can be determined and matched to potential suspects. Students will utilize simulated blood and blood typing sera to learn the principles of blood typing...
AP6736 - $34.50
Demonstrate one of the simplest and most common methods of developing “latent” fingerprints—invisible fingerprints left behind on porous surfaces such as paper and cloth. Latent fingerprints are composed of several chemicals that are naturally present...
FB1643 - $35.80
Blood and bloodstains are common at many crime scenes. In addition to blood type, the stain patterns can often reveal key elements in reconstructing the crime. In this lab, simulated blood is used to collect data in bloodstain patterns. Student will...
FB1876 - $27.00
For use with Bloodstain Pattern Analysis - Forensic Laboratory Kit, Catalog No. FB1643.
AP4677 - $78.90
Bring the mystery and intrigue of an actual murder case to your classroom with Crime Scene: A Forensic Investigation Kit. Here's a chance to apply chemistry and biology laboratory skills to a real-life criminal investigation. Students perform hair,...
AP6865 - $76.35
Your students will become great detectives as they test their forensic science skills while investigating and solving a simulated crime! Students conduct four types of forensic tests to solve the case of Bobby Bedhead's missing prize-winning pooch,...
AP1777 - $83.80
Analyzing documents is an important aspect of forensic science. When a document such as a will or a check is used in a crime, it is important to determine its authenticity. Was the document altered? Was it forged? Careful analysis of documents might...
AP6503 - $61.05
Teach chemical test procedures for common foods—Vitamin C, starches, reducing sugars, fats and proteins—in the context of a murder mystery! Students start by performing the chemical tests to establish the “standards” for positive identification, so...
FB1220 - $55.45
“Who-dun-it?” Students will learn the key characteristics used in classifying fingerprints as they solve a crime scene mystery. Giant fingerprint sets help students learn key fingerprint patterns and identify their suspect. Interest will be high as...
AP6292 - $19.80
You arrive at the crime scene, a murder has occurred. Bloodstains should be present but can't be seen. How can you determine if and where the blood is located? In this activity, a simulated blood sample will be detected using a chemiluminescent blood...
AP6386 - $35.80
Crime scenes often contain broken glass from windows, cars, vases, and numerous other glass items. Matching glass pieces with other glass pieces can reveal patterns that can help explain a criminal sequence. This activity utilizes safe chemicals and...
FB0012 - $64.50
A rancher drills a well on the outskirts of a rural community and submits a sample for analysis. A potentially serious pollutant is found. The student's assignment is to determine the extent of the pollutant's spread and to pinpoint its source so the...
AP7061 - $47.95
Obtain fingerprints without the mess—just like the professionals! Students press their fingertips onto an inkless activator pad and then touch a chemically activated sticker to create a mark of their print—it's that easy! Simple, safe and easy to clean...
FB1644 - $84.50
The FBI Crime Laboratory works closely with pharmaceutical companies to produce tests for drugs they develop. The “standards” are critical for the proper identification of “unknown” drugs at a later time. Accurate drug identification has many crime...
FB1645 - $40.80
When a gun is fired, a series of chemical reactions occurs and chemicals are quickly dispersed into the surrounding environment. The chemicals are likely to be on the gun, in the gun, on the shooter, in the air, on nearby objects, and on objects struck...
FB1648 - $115.00
Drug-related crimes are extremely common. Just like crime scene investigators, your students will use thin-layer chromatography to separate and identify unknown drugs. Over-the-counter drugs to be tested are aspirin, acetaminophen, caffeine and a mystery...
AP1779 - $126.05
Mud collected from the bottom of a suspect's shoe might link that person to the crime scene. How do forensic scientists match soil samples? Let your students conduct the same tests used by forensic scientists and determine which suspect is guilty of...
AP7028 - $63.30
Delve deeper into the world of forensic science with this student-captivating activity. Students will investigate a possible homicide using unusual clues that may break the case—maggots! Determining the living conditions and growth habitats of maggots...
AP7060 - $72.50
Matthew Mathematics, the math teacher at Mammals Middle School, was mysteriously murdered on Monday morning. When the body was discovered, the police were called and the crime scene investigation team was sent. Explore the fascinating science of criminal...
FB1646 - $20.70
This kit utilizes a simulation of the Kastle–Meyer Color Test and can be safely used in a mock crime scene investigation. The Kastle–Meyer Color Test is often used by crime scene investigators to presumptively indicate if blood is present on an object....
AP6863 - $60.85
A massive fish kill has occurred in the town of Raymond. The townspeople are in an uproar and extensive efforts are underway to determine why the fish are dying. It is up to your students to take the role of forensic scientists and determine who is...
AP6864 - $71.90
The soil in and around the Walker quarry has become contaminated! It is up to your students—as forensic scientists—to perform tests and use problem-solving skills to determine who is responsible for the contamination. Students will perform chlorine,...
AP6866 - $59.85
The ditches of the town of Bradley have been recently polluted with litter. Local authorities have narrowed the list of suspects down to four individuals. It is up to your students—acting as forensics scientists—to determine the culprit. Who is dumping...
AP7316 - $26.10
Transform your science laboratory into a coroner's lab! Students will act as pathologists by conducting an autopsy using simulated blood and urine samples from a prospective mystery corpse. Help students improve their valuable laboratory skills by...
AP7402 - $49.90
Add some realism to your forensic classroom! Have your students perform a fingerprint technique currently used by many police departments called super glue fuming! Students place an object in a fuming chamber and use the fumes from ordinary Super Glue...
FB1995 - $58.95
You are the head of a crime lab! Field agents have just brought back evidence from the crime scene and now it is up to the lab team to compile data from the evidence. Students examine four different slides to determine what type of tissue is present...
FB1998 - $28.40
The bicycle race is over and the top three finishers have been accused of cheating by blood-doping, a means of artificially increasing the number of red blood cells in the body. Students become real-world lab technicians as they analyze red blood cell...
FB2023 - $64.75
Hidden treasure is found in an old mansion and students are challenged to find the rightful owner. Along with the treasure are some personal mementos that will help solve the mystery. Six simulated DNA samples are analyzed using gel electrophoresis...
FB2022 - $31.35
Nothing catches students’ interest like catching a criminal! The window is broken and the television is missing! Luckily for student investigators the burglar left something behind—fibers from his or her clothing that got caught in the broken glass....
AP7571 - $57.45
Transform your science laboratory into a coroner's lab! Students will act as pathologists by conducting an autopsy using simulated blood and urine samples from a prospective mystery corpse. Help students improve their valuable laboratory skills by...
AP7610 - $95.25
Analysis of bloodstains at a crime scene can be critical in solving a crime. Often the blood type can be determined and matched to potential suspects. Students will utilize simulated blood and blood typing sera to learn the principles of blood typing...
AP7612 - $82.95
“Who-dun-it?” Students will learn the key characteristics used in classifying fingerprints as they solve a crime scene mystery. Giant fingerprint sets help students learn key fingerprint patterns and identify their suspect. Interest will be high as...
AP7536 - $41.85
Water pollution is a crime that is often difficult to solve. While identifying the specific pollutant may be straightforward, locating its source may take serious investigation. A river has been polluted with copper ions and students must identify...
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