Joe Keiper, Director of Science and Curator of Invertebrate Zoology at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, is once again helping police investigators at a grisly Cleveland crime scene. From my days on staff at CMNH, I remember Joe being very fond of flies, but not half as charmed by some of the places his expertise about those animals took him. Nonetheless, Joe is a great scientist and a consummate professional, so when the Cleveland Police and Coroner's office need a forensic entomologist, they find one of the best in Joe.
Thursday, November 12, 2009
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