ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A new short course on isotopes has completed its first year at UNM. Iso-Camp is a two-week course that brings together graduate students from over 40 universities throughout the country to explore the field of stable isotopes and the possibility it offers.
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It was originally supposed to launch in 2020 but was canceled. This year, it featured presentations both in-person and virtually. Iso-Camp was created by two professors at the University of Utah in 1996. They also helped kick off the inaugural camp at UNM this year.