Forensic Science Kit

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Play detective and conduct your own crime scene investigations with your very own Forensic Science Lab!

Develop investigative, perseverance and problem-solving skills through the excitement of analysing crime scene evidence. Use real scientific techniques to solve challenging cases - the set contains all you need for activities such as identifying fingerprints, testing the acidity of substances, and analysing fibres from clothes to name just a few. 

The Stem Club is excited to add this new, exciting product to our Science Toys Collection, add to cart now while stocks last and inspire our budding forensic scientist!

What's in the Box?

This 66 piece set includes:

  • Universal Indicator strips for identifying acids and alkalines
  • Glow-in-the-dark inks
  • Chromatography paper
  • Crime scene tape
  • Full-colour educational instruction booklet
and much, much more!
This kit is suitable for ages 8+ due to the nature of the content.
The Stem Club is working hard to become your favourite retailer of fun and educational toys - if there is ever anything wrong with your order, please let us know and we'll do everything we can to accommodate!

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    Reviewed by Vici C.
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    Fantastic kit with so much to do!

    Having two science mad children, we have definitely been through a lot of science kits, but this is definitely one of those kits that stand out!

    From teaching you how to take fingerprints and shoe castings to making your own invisible ink, everything you need is all included in this kit!..

    I would definitely recommend this kit for any child ( or adults) who would like to explore this side of science a bit more..

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