University of Georgia Center for Applied Isotope Studies

Athens,  GA 
United States
  • Booth: 1314

The Center for Applied Isotope Studies is a multidisciplinary research center offering a wide range of analytical expertise, enabling its scientists to collaborate with industrial and academic partners on research programs and method development applications including: stable isotope ecology, AMS radiocarbon dating, water quality, heavy metal speciation, soil analysis, and quantitative and qualitative elemental analyses. CAIS has two accelerators dedicated to radiocarbon measurement and houses the second largest stable isotope laboratory in the U.S. Additional analytical facilities include: ion chromatography (IC, HPLC, GC, GC/MS, GC/MS/MS); X-ray fluorescence; and inductively coupled plasma analysis (MC-ICP-MS, ICP-MS, ICP-OES).