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CALIB radiocarbon calibration
CALIB 8.2 is a menu-driven program to calibrate 14C ages provide and display results.
CALIBomb radiocarbon calibration
CALIBomb is a program that allows the user to calibrate modern, pre- and post-bomb, radiocarbon ages.
Marine Reservoir Database
The marine reservoir correction database contains the regional differences from the average global marine reservoir correction, designated ΔR (Stuiver and Braziunas 1993). It is intended for use with radiocarbon calibration programs such as CALIB or OxCal using the 2020 marine calibration dataset.
Heritage and Environmental Science
In 2022 Archaeology and Palaeoecology at Queen’s University Belfast was awarded £3m from the AHRC/UKRI Capability for Collections Fund to complete a major upgrade of its laboratories and the 14Chrono Centre, transforming these facilities into a world-leading institute for heritage and environmental science.
Irish Quaternary Association grants for radiocarbon dates
IQUA organises the Bill Watts 14CHRONO Awards, supported by the 14CHRONO Centre. The Awards pay for a number of AMS radiocarbon dates for current postgraduate members of IQUA, with each winner describing their research and the use of their free dates in short articles in the IQUA Newsletter.
British Quaternary Association grants for radiocarbon dates
QRA-14CHRONO Centre Radiocarbon Dating Award is an award set up by the British Quaternary Association in collaboration with the 14CHRONO Centre. Up to ten AMS radiocarbon dates in total will be awarded during each year.
Royal Irish Academy grants for radiocarbon dates
The Royal Irish Academy in association with Queen’s University Belfast offers radiocarbon dating for up to twelve applicants per annum to be used for the purposes of archaeological research in Ireland. A minimum of two out of the twelve radiocarbon dates offered are exclusively allocated to students each year.