SAA distributes to the NIST staff a periodic series of articles that highlight significant events from the history of NBS/NIST.
#1: Samuel W. Stratton: Beginning a Culture of Excellence
#2: Allen V. Astin: A Turning Point for the National Bureau of Standards
#3: NBS Moves West
#4: NBS Builds a Computer
#5: A Bicentennial Recognition of Ferdinand Rudolph Hassler, A Seminal Figure for Both NIST and NOAA
#6: "William F. Meggers, Dean of American Spectroscopists"
#7: "Harold C. Urey, Ferdinand G. Brickwedde, and the Discovery of Deuterium"
#8: "NBS Enters a Remarkable BiotechnologyVenture"
#9: "NBS Examines a Mouse and Opens a New Medical Specialty"
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Date created: September 16, 2010 | Last updated: October 25, 2010