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Forensic Anthropology: New Methodological and Theoretical Perspectives in Forensic Human Skeletal Identification and Methods

This Special Issue is aimed at promoting the study of human remains in forensic anthropology using innovative ideas, methodological approaches, and technical improvements also taking into account the new frontiers of artificial intelligence with the purposes of identification and biological profile estimation, reconstruction of crime contexts, natural disasters, and violent events as well.

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Message from the Editorial Board

A major strength of biological science is the diversity of approaches that biological scientists apply to their research problems. Biology reflects this diversity and brings together studies employing the varied experimental and theoretical approaches that are fueling biological discovery. Biology, the journal, is a fully peer-reviewed publication with a rapid and economical route to open access publication and is listed on PubMed. All articles are peer-reviewed and the editorial focus is on determining that the work is scientifically sound rather than trying to predict its future impact.