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We hereby kindly invite you to attend the 1st Frontiers of Forensic Science (FFS) session of the 2021/2022 Academic Year! After the big success of the Crossing Forensic Borders series we are ‘back to normal’, although not entirely…… The first FFS session of the academic year will be a hybrid session that only MFS students can attend on-campus which means that interested CLHC contacts will have to join the session on-line. There will also not be a closing social drink to minimize the risk of Covid infections. The session will be held on September 24th from 15:00-16:50 and will be dedicated to the MFS student projects of the 20-21 academic year. Four talented students from the program that will graduate soon will present the results from their MFS Research Project. We are anticipating to start every academic year with a FFS session dedicated to the student projects. Our talented students can present themselves to the forensic community, our 1st and 2nd year students get a good idea of what the Research Project entails and the forensic community is informed on the ongoing research within the CLHC network. The name of the session is ‘Seeing the Big Picture, a Sharp Eye for Detail – MFS Research Project Presentations’ and the program is listed by following the link below.