Radiocarbon Summer Bargain

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If you have a lot of samples lying around that you want to run through AMS radiocarbon analysis, then get thee to the Poznan lab’s informative web site. Tomasz Goslar tells me he’s offering a summer bargain. The standard price is €320 / $430 / 220 plus sales tax per carbon sample, with an additional fee for collagen extraction if you submit bone samples. If you order 10 analyses before 31 July, you get them at a 15% discount.

I’m a satisfied customer of the Poznan lab. They did the dates for the Skamby Iron Age settlement and the Sjögestad Viking Period barrow. Send your samples to Poland!

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Comments

  1. #1 maryevelynstarr
    May 29, 2007

    That’s cheap? Beta in Florida is close to the same.

  2. #2 Martin R
    May 29, 2007

    Ah, Beta! That brings me back. They were popular in Sweden fifteen years ago, but somehow fell out of favour. Now it’s mostly Uppsala, Groeningen or Poznan here.