If you like Forensics  and want to come along to a free presentation of a great case by a great presenter, then put next Thursday night, 10th May, 6.30 – 8:00pm, in your calendar. Simon Lewis, a professor in Forensics from Curtin University, is coming again because he was so impressed with our community turnout last year. All are welcome, and the event is suitable for community members 12 years and over. It’s free, and there is a delicious supper afterwards kindly sponsored by Margaret River Lions and made by Cookies Galore and our wonderful science staff. We would love a full house this year.

Learn about the latest in Forensic Science !!!!
The Soham Murders: A case study in Forensic Science
Professor Simon Lewis BSc (Hons), PhD, CChem FRSC FRACI is Professor of Forensic and Analytical Chemistry. He leads the Forensic and Analytical Chemistry Research Group at Curtin University. He is national award-winning lecturer.
Forensic science has become a focus of popular fictional television programs, which has contributed to a generally unrealistic view of this important area. Join Curtin University’s Professor Simon Lewis for a discussion of the Soham Case, a high profile British murder case involved the investigation of the death of two 10 year old girls in August 2002. The real significance of the many different scientific disciplines applied to the investigation and the importance of teamwork will be demonstrated in providing the solution to this tragic crime.

Date: Thursday 10th May, 6.30pm to 8pm
Venue: Margaret River SHS Auditorium
Entry: Free but limited to 110, please call 9757 0700 to reserve seats
Audience: Suitable for community members 12 years and over
Supper: Following the seminar a light supper is provided with an opportunity to meet Dr Lewis.