New radio carbon dating technique will revolutionise field archaeology

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Scientists from the University of Liverpool are developing a new carbon dating technology that could revolutionize field archaeology.

In partnership with Norton Priory Museum & Gardens and supported by funding from the Arts Council England, they will develop a new technique which will make it quicker and easier to date archaeological finds.

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