Forensic Science and WildLife Matters provides tailored services for members of the public and museums including:
- Microscopy of animal hairs sampled from rugs, souvenirs and apparel for species identification
- Microscopical examination of hair from modern and ancient wigs to determine whether the hair is human, animal or synthetic in origin
- Identification of imported taxidermy animal specimens, body parts or pelts to ensure compliance with Australian law and CITES (Convention of International Trade of Endangered Species: Fauna)
- Microscopical examination of museum ethnographic items made from, or containing, mammalian hair in order to determine whether the hair is human, or animal in origin.