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Women who win feature
November 2019

Ruth Morgan is the first Professor of Crime and Forensic Science at UCL. She is passionate about promoting women in STEM careers, and was named one of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) 21 Young Scientists of 2019.

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How I got my job... as a professor of crime and forensic science
February 2020

"There is a set idea of what a scientist looks like...but hopefully that is changing"



I realised that working with the police or the law wasn't the only way to help create a more effective justice system - I could do so by researching how to better interpret forensic science evidence. Science can do so much if we ask the right questions.

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June 2023

One question for Ruth Morgan, a professor of crime and forensic sciences at University College London where she focuses on the role of science in the justice system and the evaluation and communication of science in policy more broadly.

"We need to have creativity in science so the good science can make the very best impact that’s possible."

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February 2020

A feature piece on my journey in forensic science (to date).

"Success is rarely something that ‘just happens’, so having that vision that keeps you persevering is really important.

I’m also very aware that it’s rare for anyone to achieve anything without the help and belief of others. Find those people who inspire you, and don’t be afraid to take a risk and try something new."

"Whatever you do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius and power and magic in it."

– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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