Forensic palynology is the study and analysis of pollen to help solve crimes and Dr Lynn Milne is Australia’s preeminent forensic palynologist. In this podcast Dr Milne will take you into the fascinating world of microscopic pollen and spores and how they are used to help solve murders, rapes and other crimes, and she will explain her role in the recent Corryn Rayney murder case where Dr Milne’s pollen evidence indicated that Corryn Rayney was still alive when she was buried.
Lynn starts the podcast talking about her book A Grain of Truth
Recorded at Spearwood Library on 21 November 2013
Dr Lynne Milne, who has appeared on the ABC’s Catalyst program and on Australian Story, is an Adjunct Research Fellow at Curtin University, lecturer in forensic science at Murdoch University and Edith Cowan University, and the author of A Grain of Truth.