Use of the facilities at the stable isotope core laboratory is encouraged
for graduate and undergraduate students at Washington State
University. One of the
priorities of establishing this facility was to provide hands-on training
for graduate and undergraduate students so that instruments are not viewed
as a black box. All internal WSU clients will receive discounted rates for
services. Please contact the laboratory manager (firstname.lastname@example.org) or director (email@example.com) to discuss potential
courses in or related to stable isotope theory, technology, and methods
available to graduate and undergraduate students are listed below.
540. Stable Isotope Theory and
Methods 3 (2-3) Theory and practice of measuring stable isotope ratios of
biologically important elements; training in the use of isotope mass
spectrometers. Cooperative: Open to UI degree-seeking students.
Scientific IRMS Training, Ottawa,
factory training for hardware users. Instructed by Gilles St. Jean
and assisted by staff at the G.G. Hatch Isotope Lab.