Integrated Labs for Earth and Planetary Sciences (ILEPS)
Northwestern University recently renovated a lab facility occupying 5,000 square feet, for the analytical needs of Professors Blair, Hurtgen, Jacobsen, Jacobson, McInerney, and Sageman, their postdoctoral researchers and students. Named for the interdisciplinary work it will foster, the Integrated Labs for Earth and Planetary Sciences (ILEPS) include state-of-the-art laboratories for sedimentary geochemistry, aqueous geochemistry, organic geochemistry, stable isotope ratio mass spectrometry (IRMS), radiogenic isotope geochemistry (TIMS), and high-pressure high-temperature mineral physics, along with sleek new rock and core preparation rooms. Also used by EPS researchers is the Carbon Biogeochemistry Laboratory. This is located nearby in the Technical Institute.
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Building an Astronomical Timescale of the Maastrichtian (late Cretaceous)