Center for Applied Isotope Studies
COVID-19 Information Update
The University of Georgia’s top priority in these uncertain times remains the health, safety and well-being of all members of our campus community. Therefore operations, including the Center for Applied Isotope Studies is reducing essential personnel and institutional functions to minimal levels. This will create delays in processing and reporting sample analyses. For at least the next two weeks, beginning March 23, 2020, the Center will not be accepting samples for testing. We apologize for the short notification and the delays this will cause in reporting analyses. We are grateful for your understanding and cooperation and wish you well in this difficult time.
The Center for Applied Isotope Studies is the largest and oldest Isotope Geochemistry Laboratory / Radiocarbon AMS Dating Facility in the United States that is accredited under ISO/IEC 17025:2017. Our commitment to experiential STEM education, research excellence, and superior service sets us apart from other laboratories. As an interdisciplinary research center, our scientists are experts in physical chemistry, geology, marine science, physics, archaeology, ecology and biology. This means that CAIS researchers are able to effectively collaborate in research programs and participate in method development for myriad of industrial and academic applications.