In biology, play a Forensics game. One team writes up the description of a crime. The description must feature clues that can be investigated through science. For example: Ask that the crime could allow fingerprints to be left behind, lies and a cover-up, and a handkerchief left at the scene. The other team tries to figure out “who dunnit” based on the evidence and what they know about forensic science; for example DNA testing. In a successful game, both the crime and its solution require use of inference, deduction, and skillful reasoning from evidence.