Radiocarbon Dating at SUERC
SUERC operates two separate radiocarbon dating laboratories
SUERC Radiocarbon Laboratory
The SUERC Radiocarbon Laboratory is involved in archaeological, forensic and environmental research, additionally using stable isotopes (13C and 15N) for dietary reconstruction. As well as undertaking its own in-house and collaborative research, the SUERC Radiocarbon Laboratory also provides a radiocarbon dating service to national and international museums, universities and archaeology units.
Environmental Radiocarbon Laboratory at SUERC
(formerly the NERC Radiocarbon Laboratory) Hosts the National Environmental Isotope Facility (NEIF) Radiocarbon Laboratory, providing dating support in the environmental sciences. The laboratory has an "open-door" policy for all existing and potential users of its facilities at all stages of their research projects, and collaboration is strongly encouraged.