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Radiocarbon Dating Lab Exhibits at 2010 Geological Society of America Annual Meeting

ISO/IEC 17025:2017-accredited radiocarbon dating lab Beta Analytic, Inc. invites geologists and other researchers to visit its exhibit at the 2010 Geological Society of America Annual Meeting and Exposition from October 31 to November 3, 2010, in Denver, Colorado. Beta Analytic director Chris Patrick will be available at Booth 717 in the exhibit hall to answer questions about the lab’s services and radiocarbon dating in general.

“Our company has joined the GSA annual meeting for many years. We take this opportunity every year because this is one of the few events where we can meet many existing and potential clients in one place. I look forward to introduce our company’s services to many delegates,” Mr. Patrick says.

About the 2010 GSA Annual Meeting

Held at the Colorado Convention Center, the 2010 GSA annual meeting includes 156 topical sessions featuring the latest interdisciplinary researches, several discipline sessions, and eight Pardee keynote symposia. Newly added to this year’s event are three special sessions that will provide opportunities for diverse learning plus a late breaking session entitled An Update on the Deep Water Horizon Oil Spill: Where Is the Oil Now?

Beta Analytic at Booth 717

At Beta Analytic’s booth, visitors can pick up a plastic card containing the lab’s sample size requirements and contact details. This card has comparable dimensions and thickness as a credit card, which makes it easy to carry around during fieldwork.

This entry was posted on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010 and is filed under Beta Analytic Updates, Conferences & Other Events .