Primary forensics

23rd May 2003 at 01:00
An active alternative to the endless parade of smart TV investigators comes from the latest project launched by Planet Science. Whodunit provides a crime scenario in which the victims and suspects come from the ranks of celebrities, such as singer Ms Dynamite, BMX rider Zach Shaw or footballer James Beattie. Pupils at KS2-3 can carry out authentic forensic investigations on the "evidence" emerging from four clues. Uncovering the truth depends on scientific thinking and careful procedures.

www.planet-science.com

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