Prof. W Meier-Augenstein
I’m a professor in stable isotope forensics and analytical sciences at the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen. In addition to my work I enjoy listening to music, reading books, and watching wildlife.
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In 2004, I was admitted to the register of forensic expert advisors held by the UK’s National Centre for Policing Excellence, NCPE as then was, which since 2011 is held the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA). I have assisted police forces and other law enforcement agencies in the UK and abroad in over 30 criminal investigations with provision of forensic intelligence based on Stable Isotope ‘Signatures’. I am the author of the first textbook dedicated to the forensic application of stable isotope analytical techniques with the title “Stable Isotope Forensics”, of which an extended and up-dated 2nd edition was published in 2018.
My favourite CHRISTMAS LECTURES memory is:
Supporting my dear friend Sue Black in this wonderful tradition to engage with young students
How is your work linked to the CHRISTMAS LECTURES
Applying my skills in a way that benefits the public.
How would you describe yourself in 3 words?
reducing the haystack
What did you want to be after you left school?
Were you ever in trouble at school?