Where is Proton the cat? Help Tommy and Nancy solve the case and find Proton! You'll learn about using fingerprints in criminal investigations to compare fingerprint patterns against the evidence and apply problem-solving techniques to identity the culprit.
About the Science
You truly are unique from everyone else, and your fingerprints prove that. The fingerprint has been used for over two thousand years as a method of identification because each individual has a unique set of prints. What’s it all about?Fingerprinting is just one of the many fields in forensic s...READ MORE!
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