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The Systems Biology and Forensic Sciences Group is involved in fundamental and applied research aimed at capitalising on the characterisation, understanding and modelling of complex interactions within biological systems. This includes disease pathway analysis, food technology, development of medical diagnostic devices, forensic archaeology and anthropology and work to provide improved biotechnology approaches. This intrinsically multi-disciplinary research, underpinned by the provision of internationally competitive instrumentation in the new National Horizons Centre, has a particular focus on the development of vibrant industrial collaborative research.

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Forensic Anthropology Medicine & Life Sciences
Aptitude Medicine & Life Sciences
Equipment and Supplies Medicine & Life Sciences
Dermatoglyphics Medicine & Life Sciences
Bone and Bones Medicine & Life Sciences
offense Social Sciences
Crime Engineering & Materials Science
Light Medicine & Life Sciences

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Safwan Akram

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Peter Beveridge

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Laura Brown

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Projects 2018 2021

Research Output 2001 2019

3D imaging for visualising Roman activity at Vindolanda

Williams, R., Thompson, T., Orr, C., Birley, A. & Taylor, G. (ed.), 22 Apr 2019.

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A call for the prohibition of encryption; panacea or problem?

Horsman, G., Mar 2019, In : IEEE Security and Privacy. 17, 2, p. 59 - 66 8 p., 8677336.

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Continuity and individuality in Medieval Hereford, England: A stable isotope approach to bulk bone and incremental dentine

Halldórsdóttir, H. H., Rogers, B., Direnno, F., Müldner, G., Gröcke, D. R., Barnicle, E., Chidimuro, B., Evans, M., Morley, R., Neff, M., Sharp, C., Simpson, A., Boucher, A. & Montgomery, J., 28 Feb 2019, In : Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 23, p. 800-809 10 p.

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