Bugs, bones & botany [videorecording] : the science of crime.
[Toronto, ON] : Reel Time Images Inc., 2010 : CBC Learning [distributor]
1 videodisc (ca. 44 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
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[Toronto, ON] : Reel Time Images Inc., 2010 : CBC Learning [distributor]
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Produced, directed and written by Daniel Zuckerbrot and Donna Zuckerbrot ; director of photography, Christopher Romeike.
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A Reel Time Images Inc. production in association with Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Originally broadcast as an episode of the television series The Nature of things.
Host, David Suzuki ; narrator, Jennifer Gardy.
"Delve into the real world of police investigations and meet some unexpected heroes on the forensic scene. Bugs, plants and bones are some of nature's best detectives. With the help of Dr. Jennifer Gardy, of British Columbia's Centre for Disease Control (CDC), sift through the mayhem, murder and science that make up the world of forensic investigation. In the field and the lab, follow scientists who are able to read the subtlest evidence and turn nature to righting wrongs. Find out the real secret of using science for solving crime: it may be less about technology and more about the careful observation of the natural world. Partnering the latest technologies with nature's own detectives produces a powerful combination that is giving law enforcement new and astounding advantages in this high stakes game of cat and mouse."--Container.
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Closed captioned.
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