New IGL Infrastructure


The Isotope Geology Laboratory has moved into its new home in the Environmental Research Building on the Boise State University campus, with all facilities now co-located into a comprehensive analytical center for radiogenic isotope analysis in the Department of Geosciences at Boise State University.

The IGL includes dedicated laboratories for rock sawing and crushing, magnetic and density separations, optical and electron beam photomicroscopy, as well as class 10, cascading positive-pressure, HEPA-filtered clean rooms hosting both chemical separations and mass spectrometry. A photographic tour and details of the laboratory construction are found in the links to each lab in the left menu bar.

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