The Forensic Taphonomy Laboratory is a dedicated, purpose-built laboratory which includes an analytical suite and separate ‘wet’ lab. This laboratory is able to facilitate a wide range of taphonomic research with both soft and hard tissues.
The Forensic Taphonomy Laboratory is a brand-new, purpose-built, dedicated laboratory that allows sophisticated analyses of a range of samples from different taphonomic contexts. It is divided into a 'wet' area and 'dry' area, maximising the variety of samples that can be accommodated.
- Agilent 6890N Gas Chromatograph coupled to a Agilent 5973 inert MSD
- Agilent 7890A Gas Chromatograph coupled to a Agilent 5975C MSD
- Waters Acquity UPLC coupled to a Waters Acquity TQD mass spectrometer
- Agilent Cary 630 FTIR
Monday - Friday
9am - 5pm.
The Forensic Taphonomy Laboratory can be found in MB242 of the Maudland BuildingGeneral enquiry