Wear analysis of stone tools: production, use, prehension, hafting, etc. Specific attention is devoted to an understanding of stone tool life cycles as a means to improve our understanding of assemblage variability.
Residue analysis of stone tools.
The focus lies on flint tools mainly, but coarser-grained raw materials are examined as well (e.g., experience with quartz).
The focus lies on prehistoric assemblages, in particular Palaeolithic ones, but the lab has experience with later assemblages (Mesolithic, Neolithic and later).