Learn about all things forensics at Cleveland Museum of Natural History event

Date: Wednesday, Sept. 21
Time: 5 p.m.
Location: Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Admission fee: Free for members, $8 for non-members
Sharpen your investigative skills at this month’s Think & Drink by learning about all things forensics at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Learn about dental aging, hair analysis and fingerprinting techniques used in crime scene investigations. Take a trip back in Cleveland history with the Cleveland Police Museum and hear about the infamous Torso Murders of the 1930’s. Learn more about a career in forensic anthropology from Mercyhurst University, and about crime scene forensics from the Cuyahoga Medical Examiner. Shed light on the mystery of blood with UV lights in a luminol activity. Sponsored by Platform Peer Co. and The Cleveland Police Historical Society.

Each third-Wednesday #ThinkandDrink highlights a different field of research or mission-driven topic, and offers exclusive access to professional staff and researchers, unique experiences and interactive demonstrations. Enjoy beer ($5) and wine ($6) bar (only for those 21+), and grab a bite to eat at Exploration: A Zack Bruell Restaurant located off Wade Oval lobby.

Learn more at cmnh.org/calendar/think-drink-sept21.