Using Pollen for Good, not Evil: A Recent Forensic Study

John G. Jones, Ph.D.

Earlier in my career, I was approached by the conservation laboratory in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia; the lab had been hired to conserve a telescope and they wanted my input. The telescope had belonged to Meriwether Lewis (of Lewis and Clark fame). The owner of the scope, Meriwether Lewis’ descendant, was . . . → Read More: Using Pollen for Good, not Evil: A Recent Forensic Study