New Paper

The work “Sexual Dimorphism of the Human Scapula: A Geometric Morphometrics Study in Two Portuguese Reference Skeletal Samples” was published in the journal Forensic Sciences. TThe authors are Rúben Maranho, Maria Teresa Ferreira, and Francisco Curate.

The paper is available here.


Special Issue

Special Issue “Recent Advances in Forensic Anthropological Methods and Research” published in the journal Biology.

Includes the papers:

Correia Dias, H., Manco, L., Corte Real, F., & Cunha, E. (2021). A Blood–Bone–Tooth Model for Age Prediction in Forensic Contexts. Biology, 10(12), 1312

Navega, D., Costa, E., & Cunha, E. (2022). Adult Skeletal Age-at-Death Estimation through Deep Random Neural Networks: A New Method and Its Computational Analysis. Biology, 11(4), 532

LFA 3D Acquisitions Protocol

As part of the Bakeng se Afrika, the Laboratory of Forensic Anthropology worked to develop a guide to simplify 3D data collection of bone specimens, made available for teaching and research.

This protocol was now published in an open-access journal


Bakeng se Afrika on the News

The participation of the Laboratory of Forensic Anthropology in the project Bakeng Se Afrika was news in a series of Portuguese media outlets.

You can find those on our News Repository.

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