Students in the Biomedical Science program at the Center for Innovation (CFI) are learning about forensic science and medical investigations through the completion of applied learning projects and research experiments. Mrs. Misty Allen, Instructor of Biomedical Science at the CFI, indicated that students are utilizing a mock incident where they will sketch the potential crime scene that can help to inform their hypothesis of what may have transpired. “Students will collect evidence such as fingerprints, shoe impressions, specimens, and other trace findings to help determine the cause and manner of death of a fictitious person, “Anna Garcia,”” remarked Allen. “Students will conduct a number of experiments in the coming months to educate themselves about human body systems and the forensic science behind criminal and medical investigations,” said Dr. James M. Davis, CFI Principal. We look forward to the student developed forensic reports that are science based evidentiary findings, said Dr. James M. Davis, CFI Principal.