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How to Catch a Killer – Forensic Science Lecture at Nexus

By on Feb 12, 2019 in Blog |

We were delighted to welcome Paul Rogers from Devon and Cornwall Police to Nexus yesterday to share his experience and expertise in forensic science with our students.

Paul is a crime scene investigator whose role is to visit active crime scenes to collect trace evidence, he then safely preserves and transports the evidence to his lab where he then analyses the samples to assist the police in their investigations. Paul’s work is meticulous and carefully and his passion for the work that he does was clear to see.

Paul shared the key STEM skills that he uses in his job every day. We think it is vital to expose our students to as many different careers and opportunities as possible so that they can see the real life applications of the topics they are learning about here at Nexus.

We really appreciate the time and effort that Paul has put in to delivering a lecture to our students.