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Taiwan develops the world’s first imaging system to spot bleeding under the skin (2016/04/12)

2016-04-12 / 民視英文新聞

Taiwan’s forensic technology has made a huge breakthrough as the National Applied Research Laboratories developed the world’s first imaging system that can identify bleeding under the skin that was previously invisible to the eye. The world’s top forensic scientist Dr.Henry Lee believes this new technology will be a great aide to forensic investigation.

One of the world's foremost forensic scientists Dr. Henry Lee, personally simulated how a lab connects to a remote crime scene to examine evidence. The system and the machine isworldleading technology developed by a Taiwanese research institute.

Dr. Henry Lee

Forensic Scientist

Before, we found evidence at crime scenes and brought them back to the lab for more tests.Now the new concept is to bring the lab to the scene and do the tests immediately.

After one experiences physical pain, the machine is able to measure the oxygen level ofblood within 30 seconds and even estimate the time when the bleeding occurs. The Instrument Technology Research Center of the National Applied Research Laboratories developed this latest imaging system that can gauge injuries under the skin that are invisible to the naked eye.

The previous generation of the machine has been widely used by the United States and many other countries around the world, mostly on cases such as domestic violence and car accidents. This new technological advancement has proven to be of great help to forensic scientists as they can now evaluate blood evidence better and faster.

更新日期:2016 年 11 月 4 日