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    • What is Forensic-Anthropology?According to the American Board ofForensic-Anthropology, forensicanthropology is the application of thescience of physical anthropology to thelegal process. The identification ofskeletal, badly decomposed, or otherwiseunidentified human remains is importantfor both legal and humanitarian reasons.forensic anthropology degreeForensic anthropologists apply standardscientific techniques developed in physicalanthropology to identify human remains,and to assist in the detection of crime.Forensic anthropologists frequently workin conjunction with forensic pathologists,odontologists, and homicide investigatorsto identify a decedent, discover evidenceof foul play, and/or the postmortem
    • interval. In addition to assisting inlocating and recovering suspiciousremains, forensic anthropologists work tosuggest the age, sex, ancestry, stature,and unique features of a decedent fromthe skeleton.The Forensic Anthropologist in FocusSee following link to find out more aboutour forensic anthropologist in focus Dr. A.Midori Albert, Associate Professor of
    • Physical Anthropology at University ofNorth Carolina Wilmington.In FocusForensic-Anthropology SchoolsSee following link to check out a selectionof schools, colleges and Universtites thatoffer forensic-anthropology programs andtraining.