The Radford University Forensic Science Institute (RUFSI) is an interdisciplinary institute whose goal is to promote and support forensic science education, research and public service. The institute faculty and affiliates are comprised of a wide range of specialists with interests in Forensic Science and include Forensic Anthropologists, Archaeologists, Biologists, Chemists, and specialists in Physics, Geology, Criminal Justice, and Information Technology.  Learn more.

Science Daily: Forensic News

  • Cracking cases with nuclear forensics

    A group of nuclear detectives has taken on tough challenges, from detecting illicit uranium using isotopic “fingerprints” to investigating Presidential assassination conspiracies.

More from Science Daily

Important Information

News and Upcoming Events

  • FBI Training Offered by RUFSI (Aug. 2015)
  • Boyds Honored by Virginia Forensic Science Academy (Sept. 2015)
  • Congratulations to Sharon Roller, Boyd Forensic and Anthropological Sciences 2015-2016 Scholarship Recipient
  • Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Forensic Science Research Presentations Sept. 15, 2015

Get the latest RUFSI news