(Received 26 February 1973; accepted 12 September 1973)
Published Online: 1974
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I have set myself the task of critically reviewing the state of forensic science and pointing out possible remedies for some of the unsatisfactory situations prevailing. I shall refrain from further elaborating on the role played by Swedish forensic workers, merely mentioning such names as Harry Söderman, Arne Svensson, and Otto Wendel and the fact that the development of fingerprints with ninhydrin originated in Sweden.
Director, The National Laboratory of Forensic Science, Solna,
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