Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011
Solene de Brebisson, Beta Analytic Inc. Operations Co-Manager for Europe and Francophone Countries, represented the radiocarbon dating lab at the 2011 Géosciences des Régions de France et des pays environnants Forum de la Fédération Française des Géosciences (FFG) held in Villeneuve d’Ascq, France. The forum included topics on geoarchaeology, geodesy-geophysics, geography, geology, geomorphology, geotechnics, hydrogeology, karst science, Quaternary, and soil sciences.
The event was organized by geoscience associations Société Géologique du Nord, Geologica Belgica, and Association Géologique Auboise in cooperation with the Nord-Pas-de-Calais Natural Sites Conservation Unit (CSNNPC), the Natural History Museum of Lille, and Association Géosciences de Lille 1 (AGEOL) , among others. The forum was held from October 23 to October 27, 2011.
ISO/IEC 17025:2005-accredited Beta Analytic provides geoscientists in France with precise and accurate radiocarbon dates. The lab’s standard AMS dating service has a turnaround time of 14 business days or less. Expedited services are available (results reported in 2-6 days). Beta Analytic’s fees are inclusive of Carbon-13/Carbon-12 measurements, calendar calibration when applicable, quality assurance reports, and 24/7 web access to past results and pending analyses including pictures of samples analyzed.
Researchers in France are advised to send their samples to Beta Analytic’s London sample forwarding facility:
Beta Analytic Limited
London BioScience Innovation Centre
2 Royal College Street
London NW1 0NH
All samples forwarded to the London address are sent to Miami via overnight courier service at Beta Analytic’s expense. For more information on the lab’s services, please contact email@example.com.
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