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Scan Pyramids is among the most ambitious of the projects to demystify the Khufu Pyramid near Cairo, the only surviving monument from the ancient Seven Wonders of the World.

In the last 30 years, from 1967 to 1997, the use of luminescence signals from naturally occurring minerals has gone though a major metamorphosis, from thermoluminescence (TL) dating of pottery to optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating of sediments.

Laboratory procedures for dating sediments have been adapted from those for pottery and new procedures have been developed as the need arises.

Read More Choosing a radiocarbon dating laboratory is not always easy; there are many factors to consider and often budgetary constraints to negotiate.

An important factor in decision-making is how quickly the results are reported, particularly if there are deadlines to meet.

Today's update, although considerably smaller than our last one in August, contains some extremely important news and information that we wanted to get to you before the upcoming holidays.

It also gives us the opportunity to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas and a joyous and healthy New Year. is very proud to announce that our current Index to Shroud Spectrum International page, online since 1997, will soon be upgraded to include the contents of all 42 issues of the only English language peer reviewed journal ever exclusively devoted to scientific and scholarly studies of the Shroud.

The laboratory also collaborates with the Department of Earth and Space Sciences for geological applications. James Feathers (Ph D, University of Washington 1990) is director of the laboratory.