Second Latinamerican Radiocarbon Conference

4-8 September
Mexico City
The Second Latin American Radiocarbon Conference (CLARa) is organized by the National Laboratory of Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (LEMA) at the Institute of Physics (IF) of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), in collaboration with the Directorate of Archaeological Salvage (DSA) of the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) and the CDMX Mixed Tourism Fund.
The applications of radiocarbon analysis have diversified in various branches of science since its appearance in the mid-twentieth century.
Second CLARa has the specification of being a space for interaction between various national and foreign researchers specialized in the applications of radiocarbon analysis in topics such as: the dating of archaeological materials and its application as a tracer in environmental and forensic studies. As well as offering a forum to share the most recent and important advances between LA researchers and representatives of the radiocarbon community from the rest of the world to strengthen and generate new ties of cooperation.