Electrical stimulation to the brain may be effective, albeit controversial, in reducing criminal intent. In a new study, researchers zapped some brains and found that it affects violent tendencies in the participants.
DNA has met its rival (or partner) in identifying individuals in crime scenes. Scientists have discovered a new and better way in identifying someone through sequencing proteins in an individual's hair.
A Devils Hole pupfish was found dead after three men trespassed the Devils Hole in Death Valley National Park. The Devils Hole is the only naturally occurring habitat for the critically endangered fish. A $15,000-reward has been placed for the men's arrest.
Researchers recently made a forensic breakthrough - one that could potentially change the game in the fight against avian wildlife crime.
Child and slave labor, military aggression, and profiteering have all been found to arise from declining animal populations, especially in the underdeveloped countries. Now experts are claiming that the "unprecedented loss of wildlife" seen within the last few decades is ushering in new conflict and human tragedy.