IsoLab is a facility specializing in the analysis of light stable isotopes. Our focus has been to use the stable isotopes of hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and sulfur to help elucidate paleo and modern-day environments.

Our core group here at the University of Washington brings together the Departments of Earth and Space Sciences, Atmospheric Sciences, and Biology as well as the interdisciplinary programs: Quaternary Research Center, Astrobiology Program, and Program on Climate Change.

We welcome individuals from all Departments, Colleges, Schools and campuses from within the University of Washington system to visit our facility. If you feel our expertise and analytical tools are desirable for your research, we encourage you to contact us with a detailed description of the research project. Please contact Andrew Schauer for more information about use of our facility or contact the relevant faculty member regarding possibilities for collaboration.