The Laboratory for Heritage Science was founded to promote research in the field of cultural and natural heritage, in collaboration with national and international partners.
The analytical-imaging tools provided within the framework of the project enable the comprehensive characterization of archaeological finds and artefacts, supplementing the accelerator based analytical techniques used in our institute for decades. A further goal of the HSLab project is to significantly expand the range of archaeological finds that can be examined in the accelerator mass spectrometer (AMS) laboratory.
Purchase a new equipments
(already purchased: 2)
Joining research networks
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in progress: 1)
Open research opportunities for external research partners
already purchased: 2