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"We are proud to be serving the National Physical Laboratory
," said United Devices' Director of Sales, Dan Durkin.
A NIST scientist conducted interlaboratory color measurement comparisons with the National Physical Laboratory
(NPL) of the United Kingdom and the National Research Council (NRC) of Canada.
Companies attending include Aldi, Yorkshire Water, Syngenta, Reliance Precision, Camira Fabrics, Paxman Landscapes, Irwin Mitchell LLP, Buy it Direct, Simply Biz, VTL Precision, Weir Valves, Royal Air Force, National Physical Laboratory
, the British Army and many more.
Developed at the National Physical Laboratory
, in North West London, it can tear bacteria apart within a fraction of a second.
The National Physical Laboratory
(NPL) has contributed to a study that "fingerprints" emissions from UK municipal waste incinerators (MWIs) to assess their impact on air pollution.
The current primary clock at the National Physical Laboratory
, the caesium fountain NPL-CsF2, contributes to the international timescale UTC (coordinated universal time) and is the reference for the national timescale UTC.
MICHELL INSTRUMENTS research has reported significant progress in its project with the National Physical Laboratory
(NPL) to improve the current high-pressure dew-point generator technology.
The team at the National Physical Laboratory
(NPL), the UK's National Measurement Institute, working with the University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust, are now looking to develop the technique into a clinical device.
On May 20, 2010, the National Physical Laboratory
(NPL) launched its new Measurement Network to provide comprehensive access to the latest measurement science.
DAVIDE DI MAIO is with the National Physical Laboratory
Industry and Innovation division (npl.co.uk); firstname.lastname@example.org.