Forensic Science in the UK is drastically underfunded, and as a result, many criminal cases could be using incorrectly interpreted evidence to reach a verdict. The UCL Centre for the Forensic Sciences is seeking to challenge the misinterpretation of evidence by crowdfunding £1,000,000 to create a world-class, forensic evidence research laboratory, and aims to bring this important, but under-represented issue into public consciousness.

The campaign uses differing grammatical structures to highlight the significant difference it makes when minor information is left out – drawing similarities between grammar and evidence in the face of prosecution.

 

Read more about the campaign here