Beta Analytic Promotes New Services at AGU Fall Meeting 2017
12/09/2017

Beta Analytic Promotes New Services at AGU Fall Meeting 2017

Online PR News – 09-December-2017 – Miami, Florida – Beta Analytic Promotes New Services at AGU Fall Meeting 2017

MIAMI, Florida, December 8, 2017 -- ISO 17025-accredited radiocarbon dating laboratory Beta Analytic invites participants of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting to visit its booth during the five-day event slated to begin on December 11, 2017, at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. Beta Analytic Deputy Director and Quality Manager Ron Hatfield and the lab’s North American Operations Manager Brett Brell will be available for consultation at Booth #2147.

Beta Analytic has further diversified its services by offering stable isotope analysis for various materials. "Aside from radiocarbon dating, Beta Analytic now provides stable isotope analyses for carbonates and water. Starting early 2018, we will also be offering a new service called Nitrate Source Tracking, which measures the nitrogen (δ15N) and oxygen (δ18O) stable isotopes in dissolved nitrates. Our research and development team continues to find other analyses to complement our core services," Mr. Bell said.

The AGU expects more than 24,000 participants from 113 countries to attend the 50th annual meeting. Every year, the AGU brings together leaders from academia, government, and the private sector to discuss the latest research and scientific developments in earth and space sciences.

About Beta Analytic

Based in Miami, Florida, Beta Analytic has provided radiocarbon dating services since 1979. It is the world's largest professional carbon-14 dating laboratory. The lab has sample forwarding facilities in major cities around the world including North Sydney, Australia; Sao Paulo, Brazil; Beijing, China; Nagoya, Japan; Seoul, South Korea; Taipei, Taiwan; and London, UK. As a tracer-free lab, Beta Analytic does not accept biomedical samples or any material with artificial isotopes. For more information, contact the AMS lab at 305-667-5167 or visit www.radiocarbon.com.

Contact:
Brett Brell
Beta Analytic Inc.
4985 S.W. 74th Court
Miami, FL 33155
Tel: (+1) 305-667-5167
Email: lab@radiocarbon.com