Actlabs provide geochronology, radiogenic, and stable isotopes, tailored for academic and industrial needs.

Geochronology methods can conclude the age of the host rock and/or the secondary events, which is one of the crucial information for exploration and geological studies, or shining light on geotechnical uncertainties. Radiogenic Isotope studies, on the other hand, provide signature characteristics of the magma or hydrothermal fluids, which are necessary to understand the formation mechanism of the rock and/or ore deposit.

Stable isotopes are a useful tool particularly in the mineral industry and environmental studies for determining the origins and conditions of the formation of rocks, mineral deposits, secondary events, acid mine drainage as well as outlining contamination and leaks in the surrounding environment.