It’s in the Bank: Storing Energy

From smart phones and hybrid cars to sophisticated energy storage systems and airplanes, batteries and the combustion risks that accompany them, are now commonplace.  The sources of the impetus are clear.  As a society, we grow more reliant upon electronics, and the electricity that powers them, each day.  Simultaneously, we crave energy so

Irwin Mitchell Case, Trinidad & Tobago, 2009

The RTI small maritime expert for small boats and conditions in Trinidad and Tobago, together with our meteorological expert, found that “the conditions that occurred on the day in question, were conditions that will occur in the bay from time to time and that anyone familiar with the bay would have been aware of and would have taken into consideration an

The Eye of the Beholder

What do llamas, a photograph of a dress, and the internet have to do with forensic investigations?  Well, the llamas have very little to do with them, it was just a slow news day the other day.  But as the internet has shown, one person’s perception and interpretation of colors in a photograph can be very different from another’s perception.&nbs