The European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science (E-RIHS) initiative combines laboratories and museums to create a unique pan-European research infrastructure in the field of the study of tangible cultural and natural heritage. Our goal is to become a node of this multidisciplinary, distributed research facility. The first pillar of the project is to establish an advanced analytical-imaging toolpark that provides information at various size scales on art objects and archaeological findings, without the need for sample preparation. Additionally, we increase the capacity of the AMS (Accelerator Mass Spectrometer) Laboratory to analyze archeological findings and extend the scope of such studies. The new graphitization unit allows for even more reproducible age determination, which can be extended with the carbonate handling option to examine cremation burials. The introduction of the measurement of stable isotopes in bones opens the way for studying past eating habits, too.