Innovating Science Forensic Case Study: Murder at Eagle Nest Harbor (Materials for 15 Groups)
- Classroom lab activity simulating a forensic investigation
- Students will analyze a variety of forensic evidence, including fingerprints, hair, blood, fiber, and handwriting to help solve the crime
- Students will use the results of their analysis to conclude the identity of the most likely suspect
- Kit includes enough material for 15 groups of students
- Teacher's manual and student study guide copymasters are included
Students will test their knowledge of forensic analysis in this murder mystery set in a small house boat community. Through the study of hair, fiber, fingerprint, blood, and handwriting evidence, students will deduce the most likely identity of the killer. This forensic science group lab activity has enough material for 15 groups of students, and includes a teacher's manual and safety data sheets.
What's in the box?
- 6 bottles of simulated blood evidence, 10mL (crime scene and suspects 1-5)
- 3 bottles anti-A antiserum, 10 mL
- 3 bottles anti-B antiserum, 10mL
- 3 bottles anti-Rh antiserum, 10mL
- 90 pieces thread evidence (15 each of crime scene evidence and suspects 1-5)
- 6 bags of hair evidence (1 each of crime scene evidence and suspects 1-5)
- 90 blood typing trays
- 1 package toothpicks
- 1 package microscope slides
- 1 package coverslips
- Teacher's manual, student study guide copymasters, and safety data sheets
Not for drug, food, or household use. Keep out of reach of children. For more information, refer to the Safety Data Sheet.