Research & Development

Technology Transfer and the Practice of Geological Engeneering

Isodetect has a direct link to the latest developments in the field of groundwater, contaminated sites and isotope research. Our goal is to quickly translate new insights into engineering practice through effective technology transfer. With our development concepts, we are helping to ensure that Germany remains a leading technology location for environmental isotope applications.

We conduct analysis orders from various research projects. For example, Isodetect recently analyzed primate hair (gorillas, chimpanzees) as part of the PanAf project at the Max Planck Institute for Anthropology in Leipzig. We are looking forward to similar challenges.

Here you will find information about our current and completed research projects as well as a database (ISOFRAC) of the isotope enrichment factors ε of environmental pollutants. In addition, we explain some scientific basics of isotope values and the quantification of pollutant degradation with the help of isotopic enrichment.