Even after the most deliberate crime, there are always evidence. Any little things: a piece of paper, a stove in an ashtray, a footprint from a shoe, a hair, a fingerprint – all this can help the criminalist in solving the incident.
The criminalist will figure out which weapon the offender shot, determine how these or that damage to the car appeared, as the attacker tried to close the tracks … And no he is not a psychic. Just science! The expert has a lot of means to “talk” finds: a microscope, a photo, an ultraviolet, infrared rays, and much more. His everyday life is continuous hard work, visits to the scene of crime, investigation of material evidence. Murders, robberies, road accidents – with which only you do not have to face a criminalist. The work constantly keeps the tension and hardens the character. In a word, do not get bored! Continue reading
Art science is a fairly young science: it appeared in the 18th century thanks to Johann Winkelmann, a German antique and historian. And as a university specialty art history was formed at the turn of the XIX-XX centuries. Today, future and rarities are brought up in dozens of universities around the world. Learning abroad is a great opportunity not only to get high-quality education, but also to personally get acquainted with the richest art collections. Continue reading