Videos Spotlight NC State’s Work in Forensics, Energy

September 11, 2009
By Chris Richter

NC State News Services posted a couple of YouTube clips recently that give you an idea of the breadth of work done here. The first, above, is from a forensics discovery and recovery course that’s part of the N.C. Program for Forensic Science, which trains state law enforcement officers and medical examiners. Warning: There is an image of a dead pig in the clip.

The second looks at the work of forestry doctoral student Chris Hopkins ’05 MR, who’s part of a group here looking at ways to turn woodchips into a substitute for coal. Pretty cool stuff!


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