The Center for Forensic Science Research & Education will continue accepting registrations for its “Blast Scene Recovery: A Full-Scale Post Blast Investigation Field Exercise” course to be taught by forensic archaeologist Kimberlee Moran, MSc, the course instructor of Forensic Archaeology which was held last spring. Registration will close on Sunday, October 7th and the course will be held October 17-19th in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. This course is open to any scientific, medical, law enforcement, and first-responder professionals, and will teach the various aspects of a post-blast investigation. Held in partnership with Montgomery County Bomb Squad, Rutgers Camden, the Association of Women in Forensic Science, Forensic Archaeology Recovery, and Forensic Outreach, this practical course will bring together a number of forensic and law enforcement professionals as instructors, staff, and students for one day of lectures and two days of field participation. Attendees will gain a range of new skills and the confidence to execute them in the field. Register today to take part in this exciting and unique course offering.