BAFO exists to encourage education and good practice in forensic odontology and accredit, review performance and mentor member practitioners in forensic odontology.
Investigators have identified the remains of all 150 people aboard a Germanwings flight that was deliberately crashed into the French Alps, a prosecutor said Tuesday, allowing them finally to be laid to rest. Experts have taken over six weeks to painstakingly match DNA found at the crash site to that provided by the victims’ families.......read more
The BAFO committee are currently evaluating the members' area. Global access will be enabled......read more
This article is from the BBC News website (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-30909722) on 21.01.15. Forensic science standards risk slipping since work was transferred to in-house police labs and private firms, the spending watchdog has warned. The National Audit Office said there was too little data on forensic services used by forces and companies risked being pushed out of......read more
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The International Organisation for Forensic Odonto-Stomatology (IOFOS) and the Nordic Organization for Forensic Odonto-Stomatology (NOFOS) in cooperation with the Faculty of Odontology, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, will hold a course in personal identification, with special emphasis on computer aided identification. June 23rd to 27th 2015.