KUNMING: The fourth Conference of the Silk Road Forensic Consortium (SRFC) kicked off in Kunming, capital of southwest China’s Yunnan Province.
More than 160 scientists, researchers and students exchanged ideas and shared expertise in forensic sciences and promote exchanges and cooperation within the field among countries and regions on the Belt and Road.
According to Ruan Chaoqi, deputy director of the provincial science and technology department, the event can become a bridge to push exchanges among world consultants in forensic sciences.
Established in 2016, the association now has more than 130 members representing 56 organizations from 30 countries, including universities, academic and non-academic institutes, associations, enterprises and individuals.
Source: Xinhua News Agency