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10/23/14
  • Phantoms for Traumatic Brain Injury

  • 10/15/14
  • James Olthoff Named Director of NIST’s Physical Measurement Laboratory

  • 10/07/14
  • NIST Laser Comb System Maps 3D Surfaces Remotely for Manufacturing, Forensics

  • 10/06/14
  • Introducing the League of SI Superheroes: The New Champions of Metric

  • 09/25/14
  • Generating Numbers of Photons

  • 09/15/14
  • Three's a Charm: NIST Detectors Reveal Entangled Photon Triplets

  • 09/11/14
  • Calibrating Radiation Beams with Light

  • 09/09/14
  • NIST Helps Develop New Standard for Microsensor Technology

  • Polonium's Most Stable Isotope Gets Revised Half-Life Measurement

  • 09/02/14
  • Scientists Shed Light on Organic Photovoltaic Characteristics

  • 08/26/14
  • Optical Microscope Technique Confirmed as Valid Nano-Measurement Tool

  • 08/25/14
  • EUV calibration for solar studies

  • 08/21/14
  • JILA Team Finds First Direct Evidence of 'Spin Symmetry' In Atoms

  • 08/11/14
  • Enriched Silicon: Beyond Six Nines

  • NIST Therapy for Ultraviolet Laser Beams: Hydrogen-treated Fibers

  • 08/06/14
  • NIST Ion Duet Offers Tunable Module for Quantum Simulator

  • 08/01/14
  • It's a Dynamic World, Now NIST Can Help You Measure Its Changes

  • 07/22/14
  • 'Comb on a Chip' Powers New NIST/Caltech Atomic Clock Design

  • 07/21/14
  • Airport Backscatter Scanner Reexamined

  • Fill ‘er Up: NIST Develops Prototype Meter Test for Hydrogen Refueling Stations

  • 07/10/14
  • Manipulating Magnetic Field Effects in Organic Semiconductors

  • 07/01/14
  • Seeing Your True Colors: Standards for Hyperspectral Imaging

  • 06/17/14
  • NIST Technique Could Make Sub-wavelength Images at Radio Frequencies

  • 05/29/14
  • Rush a Light Wave and You'll Break Its Data, say Scientists

  • 05/27/14
  • Novel NIST Laser System Mimics Sunlight to Test Solar Cell Efficiency

  • 05/22/14
  • GaN Nanowires as AFM Tips

  • 05/21/14
  • Thermal Conductivity of MoS2

  • 05/20/14
  • JILA Study Finds Crowding Has Big Effects on Biomolecules

  • NIST Chip Produces and Detects Specialized Gas for Biomedical Analysis

  • 05/19/14
  • World Metrology Day 2014: Measurements and the Global Energy Challenge

  • 05/16/14
  • High Performance SPADs

  • 05/06/14
  • Nanotube-Infused Clothing May Protect Against Chemical Weapons

  • 04/23/14
  • PML Leadership Prominent Throughout Newly Released ITRS

  • 04/15/14
  • Excimer Neutron Detection

  • 04/08/14
  • No Compromises: JILA's Short, Flexible, Reusable AFM Probe

  • 04/07/14
  • Graphene Carrier Density

  • 04/02/14
  • NIST Launches a New U.S. Time Standard: NIST-F2 Atomic Clock

  • 03/26/14
  • NIST Gives Astronomers a Better Ruler in the Search for Extrasolar Planets

  • Weighing Atoms to Apples

  • 03/20/14
  • Cell Phones and Cable Signals: Interference Can Happen

  • Magnetization Dynamics on the Femtosecond Time Scale

  • PML Scientists Develop 3D SEM Metrology for 10 nm Structures

  • Portable Frequency Comb Rolls Out of the Lab

  • 03/18/14
  • NIST Chips Help BICEP2 Telescope Find Direct Evidence of Origin of the Universe

  • 03/11/14
  • Magnetic Attraction: Physicists Pay Homage to the SQUID at 50

  • 03/05/14
  • Normalizing Aerosol Method of Sale

  • PML Contributes to Formation of Landmark IEEE Standards Committee and Working Group for MEMS Sensor Performance Parameters

  • 02/26/14
  • JILA Physicists Discover 'Quantum Droplet' in Semiconductor

  • 02/25/14
  • Perspective: Weights and Measures Week 2014—Making Sure the Marketplace Measures Up

  • 02/19/14
  • Stirred, Then Shaken: NIST Atomtronic Study May Pave the Way for New Devices

  • 02/11/14
  • Clever NIST/JPL Technology Decodes More Information from Single Photons

  • 02/07/14
  • Hysteresis in a Quantized BEC Superfluid

  • 02/04/14
  • A New Era for Atomic Clocks

  • 02/03/14
  • Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics

  • New Precision for Neutron Lifetime Measurements

  • 01/30/14
  • Studying the Why and How of Mass Variation

  • 01/29/14
  • JILA/NIST Fellow Deborah Jin to Receive 2014 Comstock Prize in Physics

  • 01/23/14
  • It’s About Time – But Also Much More

  • 01/22/14
  • JILA Strontium Atomic Clock Sets New Records in Both Precision and Stability

  • 01/15/14
  • PML Measurements Drive Development of New Length Artifact

  • 01/14/14
  • Illegal Laser Strikes on Aircraft

  • 01/13/14
  • A New Value for the Planck Constant, and More to Come

  • 12/23/13
  • OWM Proficiency Testing Success

  • 12/17/13
  • Wineland Elected Fellow of National Academy of Inventors

  • 12/12/13
  • PML Study Supports Validity of Toolmark Identification in Forensics

  • 12/11/13
  • Nanowire Atom Probe Results

  • 12/05/13
  • JILA Team Develops ‘Spinning Trap’ to Measure Electron Roundness

  • 12/03/13
  • NIST Calibration Tools to Encourage Use of Novel Medical Imaging Technique

  • 11/27/13
  • Scale Model Smokestack

  • 11/25/13
  • NIST Demonstrates How Losing Information Can Benefit Quantum Computing

  • 11/19/13
  • Mode Competition in Phonon Laser

  • 11/14/13
  • High-Tech Measurements for High-Frequency Antennas

  • 11/05/13
  • NIST’s New Compact Atomic Clock Design Uses Cold Atoms to Boost Precision

  • Perfect Faults: A Self-Correcting Crystal May Unleash the Next Generation of Advanced Communications

  • 11/04/13
  • SIM Metrology School at NIST

  • 10/22/13
  • Force to be Reckoned With: NIST Measures Laser Power with Portable Scale

  • NIST Carbon Nanotube Chips Go Ballooning for Climate Science

  • NIST Physicists 'Entangle' Microscopic Drum's Beat with Electrical Signals

  • NIST/JQI Team 'Gets the Edge' on Photon Transport in Silicon

  • NIST-University of Maryland Conference to Highlight Women in Physics

  • 10/17/13
  • NIST PJVS to BIPM

  • 09/30/13
  • NIST Unveils Prototype Video Imaging System for Remote Detection of Hidden Threats

  • 09/25/13
  • CU-Boulder and NIST Joint Institute Physicist Ana Maria Rey Wins 2013 MacArthur Fellowship

  • 09/18/13
  • Beyond Quantum Simulation: JILA Physicists Create 'Crystal' of Spin-swapping Ultracold Gas Molecules

  • 08/22/13
  • NIST Ytterbium Atomic Clocks Set Record for Stability

  • 08/20/13
  • Collaboration with Industry Leads to Improved Forensics Work and Industry Growth

  • New Explanation for Key Step in Anthrax Infection Proposed by NIST and USAMRIID

  • 08/16/13
  • Spraying Mosquitoes . . . with Gamma Rays

  • 08/15/13
  • LED Lifetime Measurements

  • 08/08/13
  • JILA Researchers Discover Atomic Clock Can Simulate Quantum Magnetism

  • 08/05/13
  • Using FS-ST-FMR for MRAM Research

  • 07/23/13
  • New NIST Standard Reference Material to Help Calibrate Hospital CAT Scanners

  • 07/12/13
  • NIST Chip Measurement Advance Earns 'Oscar of Innovation'

  • 07/11/13
  • NIST Shows How to Make a Compact Frequency Comb in Minutes

  • 07/01/13
  • Standards for Document Encasement

  • 06/26/13
  • New Photon Detector for Advanced Communications Knows When to Not Know

  • 06/25/13
  • High-Efficiency Photon Source Brings Day of Reckoning Closer for a Famous Quantum Test

  • Microscopy Technique Could Help Computer Industry Develop 3-D Components

  • Promoting Nanomaterial Manufacturing by Characterizing and Minimizing Environmental Risks

  • Time to Celebrate: NIST Radio Station WWVB Logs 50 Years of Innovation

  • 06/21/13
  • New MRI Phantoms for Diffusion and More

  • 06/20/13
  • NIST Office of Weights and Measures Receives Important ‘Continuing Education’ Accreditation

  • 06/18/13
  • New Generation of MJTCs

  • 06/05/13
  • CT Standards Save Time and Money

  • First Observation of Spin Hall Effect in a Quantum Gas Is Step Toward 'Atomtronics'

  • 06/03/13
  • Closing the Last Loophole for Photons

  • 05/28/13
  • NIST Scientists Win 2014 Rank Prizes for Chip-Scale Atomic Clock

  • 05/13/13
  • New 3D Defect Detection Fills Important Industry Gap

  • 05/08/13
  • SRC, NIST Introduce Second Phase of Nanoelectronics Research Initiative with $5 Million in Annual Funding to Develop Post-CMOS Electronics

  • 05/01/13
  • NIST Demonstrates Transfer of Ultraprecise Time Signals over a Wireless Optical Channel

  • 04/30/13
  • New NIST Measurement Tool Is On Target for the Fast-Growing MEMS Industry

  • NIST Scientists Wineland and Nesbitt Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

  • 04/26/13
  • Nanomagnet Spin Damping

  • 04/19/13
  • Dehmer to Head NIST Physical Measurement Lab

  • In Natural Gas Pipelines, NIST Goes with the Flow

  • 04/17/13
  • NIST Tests in New York City Suggest How to Improve Emergency Radio Communications

  • Super-Nanotubes: 'Remarkable' Spray-on Coating Combines Carbon Nanotubes with Ceramic

  • 04/09/13
  • PML Researchers Open Door to Advanced Molecular Electronic Metrology

  • 04/04/13
  • Automated Voltage Standard Ready

  • 04/03/13
  • Don’t Call It Vaporware: Scientists Use Cloud of Atoms as Optical Memory Device

  • Light Dynamics in a Quantum Dot

  • MOBY calibration

  • NIST Goes to the End of the Earth for Measurement Science

  • 03/20/13
  • NIST Tests Underscore Potential Hazards of Green Laser Pointers

  • 03/14/13
  • New NIST Microscope Measures Nanomagnet Property Vital to 'Spintronics'

  • 03/13/13
  • NIST Mechanical Micro-Drum Used as Quantum Memory

  • PML Scientists Make Better SEM Imaging and Measurements in the Nano Era Possible

  • 03/05/13
  • Large Mass Calibration

  • Nanoelectronics Conference Will Focus on Semiconductor Industry's Future

  • New NIST Time Code to Boost Reception for Radio-Controlled Clocks

  • NIST Quantum Refrigerator Offers Extreme Cooling and Convenience

  • Progress in MRI Contrast Agents

  • Temp-Controlled 'Nanopores' May Allow Detailed Blood Analysis

  • 03/04/13
  • In High Gear: Weights and Measures Week 2013

  • 02/20/13
  • Green and Gold: NIST Boulder’s New Laboratory Achieves LEED Gold Certification

  • 02/19/13
  • High Efficiency Single Photon Detector

  • 02/06/13
  • Gauging the Needs of the Petroleum Industry

  • 01/28/13
  • Current Shunt Calibrations

  • 01/23/13
  • NIST Accepting Proposals for Fundamental Measurement Grants

  • NIST's 'Nanotubes on a Chip' May Simplify Optical Power Measurements

  • 01/18/13
  • Neutron Spin Filters

  • 01/08/13
  • NIST Patent Could Give 'Lab on a Chip' Technology Long Shelf Life

  • 'Standard Quantum Limit' Smashed, Could Mean Better Fiber-Optic Comms

  • 12/21/12
  • CT calorimetry

  • 12/19/12
  • JILA Physicists Achieve Elusive 'Evaporative Cooling' of Molecules

  • Ultraviolet Water Treatment

  • Uses and Users of NIST's Atomic Spectra Database

  • 12/14/12
  • Electron Spin Transport Demonstrated for First Time in an Organic Device

  • 12/12/12
  • Martzloff Cited for Lifetime Achievement by IEEE Standards Association

  • NIST Engineer Remley Named IEEE Fellow

  • 12/05/12
  • Finding Magic Wavelengths

  • 11/30/12
  • EUV beam line moves to PML

  • 11/28/12
  • Photonic Thermometers

  • 11/27/12
  • Construction Industry Honors JILA X-Wing

  • NIST Experiments Challenge Fundamental Understanding of Electromagnetism

  • NIST-VA Agreement Leads to New Research on Hearing Aids

  • 11/21/12
  • 1000 Calibration Reports . . . And Counting

  • 11/20/12
  • Enriched Silicon: Going for Four Nines

  • 11/05/12
  • Coming Soon: Tabletop Molecular Movies

  • 11/02/12
  • New Boulder Clean Room Open for Business

  • The First Controllable Atom SQUID

  • 10/26/12
  • NIST Handbook 44 - 2012 Edition

  • 10/22/12
  • Deborah Jin of JILA Selected for 2013 Women in Science Award

  • 10/19/12
  • Princeton/NIST Collaboration Puts Wheels on the Quantum Bus

  • 10/16/12
  • New Method Measures Movements of Tiny Devices-At Every Step

  • NIST Researcher David Wineland Wins 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics

  • NRI to Lead New Five-Year Effort to Develop Post-CMOS Electronics

  • 10/11/12
  • New Measurement Technique to Fill Critical Need for Fiber Optic Cable Industry

  • 10/09/12
  • Congratulations to David Wineland! 2012 Nobel Laureate in Physics

  • 10/02/12
  • New Way To Realize Pressure

  • NIST, Columbia Engineering Collaborate on Inexpensive DNA Sequencing Method

  • 10/01/12
  • Quantum Random Number Generator

  • 09/27/12
  • PML central role in T-and-E standards

  • 09/26/12
  • NIST Handbook 156 - 2012 Edition

  • 09/19/12
  • Near-Field Scanning Microwave Microscope: Big at the Nanoscale

  • Shaking Up Biomolecules with Light

  • 09/14/12
  • Jacob Taylor, NIST Physicist, Receives Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medal for Public Service

  • 09/07/12
  • The World's Most Stable Laser

  • 09/05/12
  • NIST ‘Hybrid Metrology’ Method Could Improve Computer Chips

  • 08/29/12
  • PML on Mars: Far-out Thermal Calibration

  • Simulating the Sun for Photovoltaic Research

  • 08/24/12
  • Disseminating the Kilogram, No Strings Attached

  • 08/08/12
  • NIST Focuses on Testing Standards to Support Lab on a Chip Commercialization

  • NIST's Speedy Ions Could Add Zip to Quantum Computers

  • PML Uses Combined Optical Techniques to Provide Important Answers on Graphene Structures

  • Seeing the Light with NIST's New Noiseless Optical Amplifier

  • Shelling Out Evidence: NIST Ballistic Standard Helps Tie Guns to Criminals

  • 07/27/12
  • New Performance Standards for Public-Safety RF Devices

  • 07/26/12
  • Probing Atoms' Disorderly Behavior

  • 07/23/12
  • New SRM for Bullet Casings

  • 07/11/12
  • JILA Named 'Physics Historic Site' on its 50th Anniversary

  • 06/27/12
  • NIST Goes the Distance for the Olympics

  • Not-So-Precious: Stripping Gold From AFM Probes Allows Better Measurement of Picoscale Forces

  • 'Tuning' Graphene Drums Might Turn Conductors to Semiconductors

  • 06/19/12
  • First Observation of the Hall Effect in a Bose-Einstein Condensate

  • 06/14/12
  • JILA Frequency Comb Helps Evaluate Novel Biomedical Decontamination Method

  • 06/12/12
  • NIST Effort Could Improve High-Tech Medical Scanners

  • NIST Launches New Website to Educate Industry About Alternatives to Mercury Thermometers

  • 06/07/12
  • Laser Radiometry: Powering Up

  • MEMS Reference Material Released

  • 06/04/12
  • Looking At and Into the Ultra-Small

  • 05/17/12
  • Improving Safety Measures and Measures of Safety for World Metrology Day 2012

  • 05/10/12
  • New Point for Dew Point

  • 05/08/12
  • New Vacuum Calibration System: Better, Faster, and Cheaper

  • 05/04/12
  • Teaching the Next Generation of Scientists: PML Reaches out at USA Science and Engineering Festival

  • 05/03/12
  • Petroleum Volume: Getting Calibrations in the Can

  • 05/02/12
  • First Light: NIST Researchers Develop New Way to Generate Superluminal Pulses

  • Light Touch Keeps a Grip on Delicate Nanoparticles

  • 05/01/12
  • Beaming Up on the Way to Space

  • 04/25/12
  • NIST Physicists Benchmark Quantum Simulator with Hundreds of Qubits

  • 04/19/12
  • NIST Mini-sensor Measures Magnetic Activity in Human Brain

  • 04/17/12
  • JILA Superradiant Laser Is 'A New Way of Lasing'

  • Two New Advanced Laboratories Open at NIST Boulder and JILA

  • 04/11/12
  • New laboratories for world-renowned science

  • 04/04/12
  • JILA Team Demonstrates 'A New Way of Lasing': A 'Superradiant' Laser

  • Micromechanical Mirror Performs Under Pressure

  • New Detector Design Improves Gamma-rays Measurements

  • 03/30/12
  • First, Fast and Faster

  • 03/23/12
  • Hyperspectral Imaging: Shedding New Light on Wound Healing

  • 03/20/12
  • 'Nanoslinky': A Novel Nanofluidic Technology for DNA Manipulation and Measurement

  • NIST Announces $2.6 Million in Funding for Novel Semiconductor Research

  • 03/06/12
  • NIST Measurements May Help Optimize Organic Solar Cells

  • NIST/CU 'Star Comb' Joins Quest for Earthlike Planets

  • 02/22/12
  • Argon Cleaning Helps Trapped Ions Chill Out

  • The Great Gravity Showdown

  • 02/21/12
  • Celebrating Another Golden Year in Legal Metrology with Weights and Measures Week 2012

  • NIST Reveals Switching Mechanism in Promising Computer Memory Device

  • Shopper's Special: NIST Seeking Consumer, Industry Input on Unit Pricing Labels

  • 02/07/12
  • Good Timing: NIST/CU Collaboration Adds Timing Capability to Living Cell Sensors

  • 02/06/12
  • Laying the Groundwork for 3D Stacked Integrated Circuits

  • 02/01/12
  • New Colors: JILA Scientists Confirm First 'Frequency Comb' to Probe Ultraviolet Wavelengths

  • 01/26/12
  • PML's Pernstich Develops Open-Source Software to Automate Test Equipment

  • Progress and Promise in DIAL LIDAR

  • Toward a Global Microwave Standard

  • 01/24/12
  • Cool Nano Loudspeakers Could Make for Better MRIs, Quantum Computers

  • 01/10/12
  • NIST Technologies Contribute to Top Science Stories of 2011

  • 12/20/11
  • NIST Sensor Improvement Brings Analysis Method into Mainstream

  • Prototype NIST Device Measures Absolute Optical Power in Fiber at Nanowatt Levels

  • 12/08/11
  • Atoms Dressed with Light Show New Interactions, Could Reveal Way to Observe Enigmatic Particle

  • 12/07/11
  • PML Researchers Create Tool for 'Circuit-Aware' Reliability Testing

  • UV Lithography: Going to Extremes

  • 12/06/11
  • NIST Requests Funding Proposals for Projects in Precision Measurement

  • Powerful NIST Detectors on Hawaiian Telescope to Probe Origins of Stars, Planets and Galaxies

  • 11/23/11
  • Bright Future for GaN Nanowires

  • 11/22/11
  • Original NIST Campus in D.C. Designated 'Physics Historic Site'

  • 11/14/11
  • NBS Physics Site Honored

  • 11/10/11
  • Adding Up Photons with a TES

  • 11/02/11
  • Redefining the SI Units

  • Safe Fluids for Jet Engine Texts

  • 10/25/11
  • Future 'Comb on a Chip': NIST's Compact Frequency Comb Could Go Places

  • Quantum Computer Components 'Coalesce' to 'Converse'

  • 10/13/11
  • Magnetic Attraction: NIST/CU Microchip Demonstrates Concept of 'MRAM for Biomolecules'

  • 09/27/11
  • All Time, All the Time: Improving NIST Radio

  • Metric Week Begins October 9!

  • NIST Polishes Method for Creating Tiny Diamond Machines

  • 09/23/11
  • Traveling SIRCUS Tests Satellite Sensors

  • 09/22/11
  • NIST gets HIP: a new method for testing optical imaging sensors

  • 09/20/11
  • PML Develops Graphene Fabrication Capability

  • Quantum Mechanics at Work

  • 09/14/11
  • Atomic Theory of Lithium

  • 08/30/11
  • Ion Armageddon: Measuring the Impact Energy of Highly Charged Ions

  • NIST Achieves Record-Low Error Rate for Quantum Information Processing with One Qubit

  • NIST/JQI Researcher Ian Spielman to Receive 2011 Junior BEC Award

  • 08/22/11
  • Better 'Photon Loops' May Be Key to Computer and Physics Advances

  • 08/16/11
  • Kinder, Gentler Cell Capture Method Could Aid Medical Research

  • NIST Demonstrates First Quantum 'Entanglement' of Ions Using Microwaves

  • NIST Tests Help Ensure Reliable Wireless Alarm Beacons for First Responders

  • 08/10/11
  • NIST Physicists 'Entangle' Two Atoms Using Microwaves for the First Time

  • 07/19/11
  • Piece of Cake: Arrays of Long Nanotubes May Help Measure Terahertz Laser Power

  • The Constants They Are A Changin': NIST Posts Latest Adjustments to Fundamental Figures

  • 07/06/11
  • A Cool Beat: NIST Micro-Drum Chilled to Quantum Ground State

  • Cooler Than Ever: NIST Mechanical Micro-Drum Chilled to Quantum Ground State

  • NIST Prototype 'Optics Table on a Chip' Places Microwave Photon in Two Colors at Once

  • 06/30/11
  • Key Ingredient: Change in Material Boosts Prospects of Ultrafast Single-photon Detector

  • 06/27/11
  • A Quiet Phase: NIST Optical Tools Produce Ultra-low-noise Microwave Signals

  • 06/22/11
  • Compact High-Temperature Superconducting Cable Wins 'R&D 100' Award

  • 06/07/11
  • National Conference on Weights and Measures Annual Meeting Set for July 17-21, 2011

  • NIST 'Catch and Release' Program Could Improve Nanoparticle Safety Assessment

  • NIST Tunes 'Metasurface' with Fluid in New Concept for Sensing and Chemistry

  • 05/24/11
  • Broadening Uses Put MEMS Technology on the Map(s)

  • NIST, AIP to Make Semiconductor Research Freely Available Online

  • 05/18/11
  • NIST 'Nanowire' Measurements Could Improve Computer Memory

  • 05/10/11
  • Drive Test: NIST Super-stable Laser Shines in Minivan Experiment

  • NIST/JILA Physicist Jun Ye Elected to National Academy of Sciences

  • NIST's Charles Clark Named Co-Director of the Joint Quantum Institute

  • The Secret Behind NIST's New Gas Detector? Chirp Before Sniffing

  • 05/06/11
  • New Calculations on Blackbody Energy Set the Stage for Clocks with Unprecedented Accuracy

  • 04/26/11
  • Good Eggs: NIST Nanomagnets Offer Food for Thought About Computer Memories

  • 04/12/11
  • NIST/JILA Physicist Wins Optical Society's Meggers Award

  • Sharpened Focus: Improving the Numbers, Utility of Medical Imaging

  • 03/30/11
  • A Measurement First: NIST 'Noise Thermometry' System Measures Boltzmann Constant

  • Celebrating Superconductivity: NIST Debuts Online Museum of Quantum Voltage Standards

  • Charge It: Neutral Atoms Made to Act Like Electrically Charged Particles

  • The First Non-Trivial Atom Circuit: Progress towards an Atom SQUID

  • 03/18/11
  • Correction to NIST HB 130 Uniform Engine Fuels and Automotive Lubricants Regulation

  • 03/15/11
  • First Demonstration of 'Spin-Orbit Coupling' in Ultracold Atomic Gases

  • NIST to Cosponsor Conference in France on Nanoelectronics Metrology

  • NIST’s Microscopic Drum Could Link Electromagnetic, Mechanical Motion at Quantum Level

  • 03/11/11
  • Introducing NIST Handbook 155, Weights and Measures Program Requirements: A Handbook for the Weights and Measures Administrator

  • 03/09/11
  • NIST Electromechanical Circuit Sets Record Beating Microscopic 'Drum'

  • 03/02/11
  • JQI Physicists Demonstrate Coveted 'Spin-Orbit Coupling' for the First Time in Ultracold Atomic Gases

  • 03/01/11
  • NIST 'Quantum Tuning Forks' Demonstrate Directly Coupling of Vibrating Ions

  • NIST, Food Marketing Institute Co-Host Webinar on Ensuring Accurate Net Weights in Retail

  • 02/23/11
  • Quantum Hot Potato: NIST Researchers Entice Two Atoms to Swap Smallest Energy Units

  • 02/22/11
  • Etched Quantum Dots Shape Up as Single Photon Emitters, NIST Tests Show

  • 02/15/11
  • Crowding Out Collisions: Close Quarters Boost Atomic Clock's Accuracy

  • Here Comes the Sun: NIST Radio Station WWVH in Hawaii Adds Solar Power

  • 02/10/11
  • Compact High-Temperature Superconducting Cables Demonstrated at NIST

  • 02/03/11
  • Quantum Quirk: JILA Scientists Pack Atoms Together to Prevent Collisions in Atomic Clock

  • 02/01/11
  • End of an Era: NIST to Cease Calibrating Mercury Thermometers

  • 01/19/11
  • NIST Advances Single Photon Management for Quantum Computers

  • Stretching, the Truth: JILA Biophysicists Help Unravel DNA Stretching Mystery

  • 01/18/11
  • New Wave: JILA Develops Efficient Source of Terahertz Radiation

  • 01/05/11
  • Extracting Cellular 'Engines' May Aid in Understanding Mitochondrial Diseases

  • New Time Widget Puts Accurate Clocks on Web Pages

  • NIST Telescope Calibration May Help Explain Mystery of Universe's Expansion

  • 11/09/10
  • AFM Positioning: Shining Light on a Needle in a Haystack

  • 10/26/10
  • NIST Ships First Programmable AC/DC 10-Volt Standard

  • 'Si' on the New SI: NIST Backs Proposal for a Revamped System of Measurement Units

  • 10/13/10
  • <em>Popular Science</em> Magazine Names Spielman One of Science’s ‘Brilliant Ten’

  • JILA Unveils Improved 'Molecular Fingerprinting' for Trace Gas Detection

  • NIST Mini-Sensor Traces Faint Magnetic Signature of Human Heartbeat

  • 09/28/10
  • Metric Week Begins 10/10/10!

  • NIST Clock Experiment Demonstrates That Your Head is Older Than Your Feet

  • NIST 'Vision Science Facility' Aims for Lighting Revolution

  • 09/14/10
  • New Wave: Spin Soliton Could Be a Hit in Cell Phone Communication

  • 08/31/10
  • Glasperlenspiel: NIST Scientists Propose New Test for Gravity

  • NIST Researchers Create 'Quantum Cats' Made of Light

  • NIST Ultraviolet Source Helps NASA Spacecraft Measure the Origins of Space Weather

  • The Perfect Nanocube: Precise Control of Size, Shape, and Composition

  • Yikes! NIST Sensor Measures Yoctonewton Forces Fast

  • 08/17/10
  • Extreme Darkness: Carbon Nanotube Forest Covers NIST’s Ultra-dark Detector

  • From Hydrogen Fuel Stations to Bean Counters, NIST Weights and Measures Works to Meet Market Needs

  • 08/03/10
  • Beware the Dim Laser Pointer: NIST Researchers Measure High Infrared Power Levels from Some Green Lasers

  • JILA Frequency Comb System Detects Gas Impurities to Aid Semiconductor Manufacturing

  • NIST Nanofluidic 'Multi-tool' Separates and Sizes Nanoparticles

  • 07/21/10
  • Nano 'Pin Art': NIST Arrays Are Step Toward Mass Production of Nanowires

  • NIST Nanoscale Dimensioning Technique Wins R&D 100 Award

  • Some Like It Hot: How to Heat a 'Nano Bathtub' the JILA Way

  • 07/06/10
  • JILA Team Finds New Parallel Between Cold Gases and ‘Hot’ Superconductors

  • Novel Ion Trap with Optical Fiber Could Link Atoms and Light in Quantum Networks

  • 06/23/10
  • Five NIST Scientists Win Flemming Awards

  • NIST Team Advances in Translating Language of Nanopores

  • Proposed Rules Would Allow Metric Only Labeling for Some Products

  • 06/09/10
  • Liposome-Hydrogel Hybrids: No Toil, No Trouble for Stronger Bubbles

  • NIST/JILA 'Dark Pulse Laser' Produces Bursts of … Almost Nothing

  • 05/25/10
  • Robots Big and Small Showcase Their Skills at NIST Alaskan Events

  • Time Is Money: SIM Time Network Has Far-Reaching Benefits

  • 05/14/10
  • CMIL Meeting

  • 05/11/10
  • Meet Phannie, NIST's Standard 'Phantom' for Calibrating MRI Machines

  • NIST Physicist Named Outstanding Young Scientist of 2010 by Maryland Academy of Sciences

  • Two NIST Researchers Nominated for Service to America Medals

  • 04/28/10
  • It's Electrifying: JILA Scientists Use Electric Fields to Control Chemical Reactions of Ultracold Molecules

  • 04/27/10
  • Lollipops and Ice Fishing: Molecular Rulers Used to Probe Nanopores

  • National Conference on Weights and Measures 95th Annual Meeting Agenda Released

  • NIST Develops 'Dimmer Switch' for Superconducting Quantum Computing

  • NIST, Maryland Researchers COMMAND a Better Class of Liposomes

  • Teams Gearing Up for Two NIST Robotic Competitions in Alaska

  • To Improve Lung Cancer Diagnosis, Good Medicine Is a Polymer Pill

  • 04/13/10
  • NIST Detector Counts Photons With 99 Percent Efficiency

  • 03/30/10
  • Good Times! Get to Know Your Radio-Controlled Clock

  • NIST Racetrack Ion Trap is a Contender in Quantum Computing Quest

  • Paintable Electronics? NIST Studies Spray-On Manufacturing of Transistors

  • 03/23/10
  • EEEL Sponsors INTEL VP’s Visit to NIST

  • 03/02/10
  • Call Forwarding: New NIST Procedure Could Speed Cell Phone Testing

  • NIST, NASA Launch Joint Effort to Develop New Climate Satellites

  • 02/19/10
  • EEEL develops all-fiber photon pair source with record low noise and high brightness

  • 02/16/10
  • JILA Scientists Demonstrate First Controlled Chemical Reactions of Ultracold Molecules

  • NIST’s Second 'Quantum Logic Clock' is Now World’s Most Precise Clock

  • 02/11/10
  • Seeing the Quantum in Chemistry: JILA Scientists Control Chemical Reactions of Ultracold Molecules

  • 02/04/10
  • NIST's Second 'Quantum Logic Clock Based on Aluminum Ion is Now World's Most Precise Clock

  • 01/26/10
  • Engineered Metamaterials Enable Remarkably Small Antennas

  • Proper Vaccine Refrigeration Vital to Putting Disease on Ice

  • Stacking the Deck: Single Photons Observed at Seemingly Faster-than-Light Speeds

  • 01/12/10
  • NIST Quantum Computing Research Among Top Stories of 2009

  • 12/15/09
  • Deadline Extended for Entering NIST Microrobotics Challenge

  • Everlasting Quantum Wave: NIST Physicists Predict New Form of Soliton in Ultracold Gases

  • JQI Researchers Create 'Synthetic Magnetic Fields' for Neutral Atoms

  • New Automated Technique with Online Verification Eases Network Analyzer Calibration

  • NIST Team Demystifies Utility of Power Factor Correction Devices

  • Web Site Highlights 50 Years of NIST Contributions to Laser Science

  • 11/17/09
  • JQI Researchers Create Entangled Photons from Quantum Dots

  • NIST Demonstrates 'Universal' Programmable Quantum Processor

  • Small Nanoparticles Bring Big Improvement to Medical Imaging

  • Time Magazine Names JQI Work Among Year’s Best Inventions

  • 11/16/09
  • NIST Demonstrates 'Universal' Programmable Quantum Processor for Quantum Computers

  • 11/03/09
  • NIST, CU to Build Instrument to Help Search for Earth-like Planets

  • 10/29/09
  • Scientists Build First 'Frequency Comb' To Display Visible 'Teeth'

  • 10/22/09
  • EEEL’s New Optical Performance Monitoring of Polarization Impairment in Optical Fiber Communication, Oct 2009

  • 10/20/09
  • Is Your Microrobot Up for the (NIST) Challenge?

  • NIST Physicist David Wineland to Share 2010 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Physics

  • NIST Physicists Turn to Radio Dial for Finer Atomic Matchmaking

  • Scientists Create NICE Solution to Pneumonia Vaccine Testing Problems

  • 10/06/09
  • New NIST Method Reveals All You Need to Know About ‘Waveforms’

  • Webinars on Planning for Smart Grid Panel Announced

  • 09/22/09
  • Diamonds May Be the Ultimate MRI Probe, Say Quantum Physicists

  • New Nanochemistry Technique Encases Single Molecules in Microdroplets

  • NIST Updates Popular Guide to Radio-Controlled Clocks

  • 09/08/09
  • High in Sodium: Highly Charged Tungsten Ions May Diagnose Fusion Energy Reactors

  • NIST Calculations May Improve Temperature Measures for Microfluidics

  • 09/01/09
  • Applying Neural Networks

  • 08/25/09
  • Hankering for Molecular Electronics? Grab the New NIST Sandwich

  • Penetrating Insights: NIST Airframe Tests Help Ensure Better Shielding for Flight Instruments

  • 08/11/09
  • NIST Demonstrates Sustained Quantum Computation Processing

  • Novel Temperature Calibration Improves NIST Microhotplate Technology

  • Ytterbium Gains Ground in Quest for Next-Generation Atomic Clocks

  • 08/07/09
  • Novel Laser Attenuator

  • 08/06/09
  • NIST Demonstrates Sustained Quantum Processing in Step Toward Building Quantum Computers

  • 07/28/09
  • NIST Physicist Cited as 'Federal Player of the Week'

  • 07/14/09
  • Physicists Find Way to Control Individual Bits in Quantum Computers

  • 07/01/09
  • Uncertainty Analysis for Pulse Parameters

  • 06/30/09
  • NIST Develops Novel Ion Trap for Sensing Force and Light

  • NIST YouTube Channel Features Ultraprecise Measurement with Lasers

  • 06/16/09
  • Nanosoccer Robots Ready to Compete in Upcoming RoboCup Games

  • NIST Discovers How Strain at Grain Boundaries Suppresses High-Temperature Superconductivity

  • Nonstick and Laser-safe Gold Aids Laser Trapping of Biomolecules

  • Shape Matters in the Case of Cobalt Nanoparticles

  • 06/03/09
  • NIST Physicists Demonstrate Quantum Entanglement in Mechanical System

  • 06/02/09
  • Memory with a Twist: NIST Develops a Flexible Memristor

  • NIST’s LIDAR May Offer Peerless Precision in Remote Measurements

  • 06/01/09
  • High-Order Coherences of Chaotic and Coherent Light

  • 05/20/09
  • NIST Engineers Discover Fundamental Flaw in Transistor Noise Theory

  • 05/05/09
  • New Nanotube Coating Enables Novel Laser Power Meter

  • NIST Physicist James Bergquist Elected to National Academy of Sciences

  • NIST Physicists Win European and Optics Society Awards

  • NIST Super-Sensors to Measure ‘Signature’ of Inflationary Universe

  • Terahertz Waves Are Effective Probes for IC Heat Barriers

  • 05/04/09
  • NIST Super-Sensors to Measure 'Signature' of Inflationary Universe

  • 04/22/09
  • NIST Develops Powerful Method of Suppressing Errors in Many Types of Quantum Computers

  • 04/21/09
  • Conference Offers Insight Into Exploration of Nano-sized Electronics

  • Measurement of ‘Forbidden’ Collisions Could Improve Atomic Clock Accuracy

  • NIST Metrology Day Celebrates Measurements in the Market

  • Scientists Give a Hand(edness) to the Search for Alien Life

  • 04/16/09
  • JILA/NIST Scientists Get a Grip on Colliding Fermions to Enhance Atomic Clock Accuracy

  • 04/07/09
  • World’s First Nanofluidic Device with Complex 3-D Surfaces Built

  • X Marks the Spot: Ions Coldly Go Through NIST Trap Junction

  • 04/01/09
  • Vibrationally Robust Frequency Comb

  • 03/31/09
  • NIST-Cornell Team Builds World's First Nanofluidic Device with Complex 3-D Surfaces -- Chamber Separates Nanoparticles Like a 'Coin Sorter'

  • 03/24/09
  • Flatland Physics Probes Mysteries of Superfluidity

  • Making a Point: Picoscale Stability in a Room-Temperature AFM

  • 03/10/09
  • NIST Time and Frequency Metrology Seminar to be held June 2-5

  • 03/02/09
  • Photoluminescence from GaN Nanowires

  • 02/24/09
  • Colorado Governor Ritter Honors NIST Internet Time Service

  • Cross-Dressing Rubidium May Reveal Clues for Exotic Computing

  • Random Antenna Arrays Boost Emergency Communications

  • Researchers Demonstrate Novel ‘Quantum Data Buffering’ Scheme

  • 02/12/09
  • NIST/Maryland Researchers Demonstrate 'Quantum Data Buffering' Scheme -- 'Delayed Quantum Image' Potentially Useful for Quantum Computers

  • 02/10/09
  • Conference to Focus on Anti-Counterfeiting, Consumer Protection

  • 01/27/09
  • NIST Physicist Deborah Jin to Receive Sigma Xi's Top Honor

  • 01/13/09
  • New Tool Gives Researchers a Glimpse of Biomolecules in Motion

  • NIST Helps Preserve the 500-year-old Waldseemüller Map

  • Simply Weird Stuff: Making Supersolids with Ultracold Gas Atoms

  • 12/23/08
  • Cracking a Tough Nut for the Semiconductor Industry

  • Electromagnetic Phantom Exorcises Specters of Metal Detector Tests

  • JILA Story Makes Physics 'Top Ten' List

  • Two NIST Physicists Win 2007 PECASE Honors

  • Wherefore a Leap Second?

  • 11/25/08
  • Bright Idea Illuminates LED Standards

  • NIST Physicist Wins OSA’s First Walther Award

  • 11/12/08
  • ‘Femtomolar Optical Tweezers’ May Enable Sensitive Blood Tests

  • Let the Games Begin! Nanosoccer at 2009 RoboCup in Austria

  • 10/28/08
  • Nanoscale Dimensioning Is Fast, Cheap with New NIST Optical Technique

  • NIST Physicist Honored in 2008 Presidential Rank Awards

  • 10/14/08
  • First Tunable, ‘Noiseless’ Amplifier May Boost Quantum Computing, Communications

  • Gebbie Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

  • Gold Nanostars Outshine the Competition

  • New Report on NIST Tests of Wireless Environment in Auto Factories

  • 10/01/08
  • JILA Scientists Create First Dense Gas of Ultracold ‘Polar’ Molecules

  • 09/18/08
  • JILA Scientists Create First Dense Gas of Ultracold 'Polar' Molecules

  • 09/16/08
  • NIST Physicists are Finalists for Service to America Medals

  • NSF Physics Frontier Center Created at Joint Quantum Institute

  • 09/03/08
  • NIST Physicist Wineland Awarded 2007 National Medal of Science

  • NIST Studies How New Helium Ion Microscope Measures Up

  • 08/19/08
  • Light Touch: Controlling the Behavior of Quantum Dots

  • Stop the Waste: Making Measurements Measure Up to Standards

  • 08/06/08
  • New Technique Reveals Hidden Properties of Ultracold Atomic Gases

  • Skipping Atomic-scale Stones to Study Some Chemistry Basics

  • 07/09/08
  • NIST Assists in Solar Stake-Out to Improve Space Weather Forecasts

  • R&D 100 Award for New NIST/UMD Neutron Detector

  • 06/24/08
  • ‘Electron Trapping’ May Impact Future Microelectronics Measurements

  • Exposing the Sensitivity of Extreme Ultraviolet Photoresists

  • Micromagnets Show Promise as Colorful 'Smart Tags' for MRI

  • Physicists Produce Quantum-Entangled Images

  • Standards Set for Energy-Conserving LED Lighting

  • 06/12/08
  • Physicists Produce Quantum-Entangled Images -- Convenient, Versatile Technique Could Provide New Tool for Quantum Information, Better Optical Measurements

  • 06/10/08
  • ‘Nanoglassblowing’ Seen as Boon to Study of Individual Molecules

  • Everything You Want To Know About SI (But Were Afraid to Ask)

  • NIST’s Novel ‘Noise Thermometry’ May Help Redefine International Unit of Temperature

  • 05/28/08
  • Learn About 'NIST and Nanosoccer' from New Web Site and Video

  • NIST Staff Honored for Technology Transfer

  • 05/13/08
  • Emergency Links: NIST Identifies ‘Sweet Spot’ for Radios in Tunnels

  • NIST Offers U.S. Interpretations of Recent SI (Metric) Changes

  • Public Invited to See Nanosoccer Robots in Action in Pittsburgh

  • Record-setting Laser May Aid Searches for Earthlike Planets

  • 04/29/08
  • High-Flying Electrons May Provide New Test of Quantum Theory

  • Two New Honors for NIST Physicists

  • 04/15/08
  • ‘Nanodrop’ Test Tubes Created with a Flip of a Switch

  • NIST Micro Sensor and Micro Fridge Make Cool Pair

  • Prototype Terahertz Imager Promises Biochem Advances

  • 03/18/08
  • Loopy Photons Clarify ’Spookiness‘ of Quantum Physics

  • New NIST Detector Can ‘See’ Single Neutrons Over Broad Range

  • NIST Finds ‘Metafilms’ Can Shrink Radio, Radar Devices

  • NIST 'Quantum Logic Clock' Rivals Mercury Ion as World's Most Accurate Clock

  • NIST Team Proves Bridge from Conventional to Molecular Electronics Possible

  • Stunt Doubles: Ultracold Atoms Could Replicate the Electron ‘Jitterbug’

  • 03/14/08
  • A Sub-femtosecond Stop Watch for ‘Photon Finish’ Races

  • 03/06/08
  • NIST 'Quantum Logic Clock' Rivals Mercury Ion as World's Most Accurate Clock

  • 03/05/08
  • Good Vibrations Probe Innards of Molecular Electronic Junctions

  • NIST Mini Sensor May ‘Change the Way We Live’

  • 02/19/08
  • ‘NMR on a Chip’ Features NIST Magnetic Mini-Sensor

  • Directed Self-Ordering of Organic Molecules for Electronic Devices

  • New Strontium Atomic Clock at JILA is ‘Best in Class’

  • Optical 'Frequency Comb' Can Detect the Breath of Disease

  • 01/23/08
  • JILA Solves Problem of Quantum Dot ‘Blinking’

  • NIST Radio Station WWVH Gets Antenna Makeover

  • 01/08/08
  • NIST Reference Materials Are 'Gold Standard' for Bio-Nanotech Research

  • Radioactive 'Understudy' May Aid Medical Imaging, Drug Development

  • 12/12/07
  • NIST Helps Beam Time to TV Viewers in the Middle East

  • 11/27/07
  • 'High Q' NIST Nanowires May be Practical Oscillators

  • NIST Announces First Observation of 'Persistent Flow' in a Gas

  • 11/08/07
  • Bug-Zapper: A Dose of Radiation May Help Knock Out Malaria

  • Micro Microwave Does Pinpoint Cooking for Miniaturized Labs

  • Mini Magnetic Sensor May Have Biomedical, Security Applications

  • 10/25/07
  • NIST Physicist Honored for Measuring Forces between Ultra-cool Atoms

  • NIST Staff Honored in 2007 Presidential Rank Awards

  • 10/11/07
  • New Quantum Dot Transistor Counts Individual Photons

  • NIST Light Source Illuminates Fusion Power Diagnostics

  • 09/27/07
  • ‘Dead Time’ Limits Quantum Cryptography Speeds

  • NIST Debuts Superconducting Quantum Computing Cable

  • 09/13/07
  • JILA Finds Flaw in Model Describing DNA Elasticity

  • 'Radio Wave Cooling' Offers New Twist on Laser Cooling

  • 08/30/07
  • JILA Physicist is Finalist for Service to America Medal

  • 08/16/07
  • Nanoscale Blasting Adjusts Resistance in Magnetic Sensors

  • New NIST Calibration Service 'Arms' Phasors for More Reliable Power Grids

  • 08/03/07
  • Nano-layer of Ruthenium Stabilizes Magnetic Sensors

  • Thousands of Atoms Swap 'Spins' in Quantum Square Dance

  • 07/25/07
  • Thousands of Atoms Swap ‘Spins’ with Partners in Quantum Square Dance

  • 07/20/07
  • Magnetic Tape Analysis "Sees" Tampering in Detail

  • 05/10/07
  • DNA Sieve: Nanoscale Pores Can Be Tiny Analysis Labs

  • 04/26/07
  • Placing Single Nanowires: NIST Makes the Connection

  • 03/16/07
  • New JILA Apparatus Measures Fast Nanoscale Motions

  • 12/21/06
  • NIST Laser-Based Method Cleans Up Grubby Nanotubes

  • 12/07/06
  • New Targets May Hit Bull’s-Eye for Chip Makers

  • 11/22/06
  • NIST Physicist Wins APS Keithley Award

  • 11/09/06
  • NIST Physicist Receives APS I.I. Rabi Prize

  • 'Tornadoes' Are Transferred From Light to Sodium Atoms

  • 10/26/06
  • O’Brian Named Director of NIST Boulder Laboratories

  • 10/18/06
  • NIST Physicists Boost 'Entanglement' of Atom Pairs

  • 10/12/06
  • Molecular Spintronic Action Confirmed in Nanostructure

  • NIST Releases New Standard for Semiconductor Industry

  • 09/28/06
  • Emergency Tests Focus on Lab Radioactivity Analyses

  • NIST Physicist Awarded Service to America Medal

  • 08/31/06
  • Gold Nanoparticles Prove to Be Hot Stuff

  • Nano-Signals Get a Boost from Magnetic Spin Waves

  • 08/03/06
  • Two NIST Researchers Earn Presidential Honors

  • Workshop Addresses Imaging Technology in Therapeutics

  • 07/20/06
  • ‘Micro-boxes’ of Water Used to Study Single Molecules

  • ‘Micro-boxes’ of Water Used to Study Single Molecules

  • Mercury Atomic Clock Sets Time-Keeping Record

  • Novel Nano-Etched Cavity Makes LEDs 7 Times Brighter

  • Road to AC Voltage Standard Leads to Important Junction

  • 07/14/06
  • Mercury Atomic Clock Keeps Time with Record Accuracy

  • 07/06/06
  • New Ion Trap May Lead to Large Quantum Computers

  • NIST, UM Program To Support Nanotech Development

  • 06/22/06
  • Noise Measurement May Boost Cell Phone Performance

  • 06/08/06
  • Circuit Board Materials May Like It Hot (or Not)

  • Three NIST Scientists Receive Flemming Awards

  • 05/25/06
  • Growing Glowing Nanowires to Light Up the Nanoworld

  • NIST Nobelists Testify on Science Policy

  • 03/16/06
  • Record-breaking Detector May Aid Nuclear Inspections (Tech Beat)

  • 02/02/06
  • Enhanced LIDAR Improves Range, Vibration Measures

  • New Design for Transistors Powered by Single Electrons

  • Stable Polymer Nanotubes May Have a Biotech Future

  • 01/17/06
  • NIST Names Hockert Chief of Weights and Measures

  • Simulation Program Predicts Resistivity in Nanodevices

  • 12/22/05
  • Enjoy New Year's Eve a Second Longer!

  • 11/30/05
  • NIST Physicists Coax Six Atoms into Quantum 'Cat' State

  • 11/17/05
  • Copper Ridges Nearly Double X-ray Sensor Performance

  • Nobel Laureate wins Presidential Rank Award

  • Two Universities Get Grants for Precision Measurements

  • 10/20/05
  • NIST Physicist Honored for Technological Innovation

  • 09/23/05
  • Meeting on New Technologies and Radiation Measurements

  • 08/26/05
  • Industrial Physics Forum: Innovation Infrastructure

  • 08/10/05
  • New Guide Is Timely for Radio Controlled Clocks, Watches

  • NIST Demonstrates Better Memory with Quantum Computer Bits

  • 07/26/05
  • Compact JILA System Stabilizes Laser Frequency

  • 07/13/05
  • NIST Finds Rough Spot in Surface Measurement

  • Predicting the Lifetime of Extreme UV Optics

  • 06/30/05
  • New Design Developed for Silicon Nanowire Transistors

  • NIST to Accredit Voting Systems Test Labs

  • Reference Materials Planned for Semiconductor Industry

  • 06/16/05
  • Laser Measurements Seminar

  • New NIST Method Improves Accuracy of Spectrometers

  • 06/02/05
  • NIST Photon Detectors Have Record Efficiency

  • Shadow Technique Improves Measurement of Micro Holes

  • 05/18/05
  • Quantum Computing Results May Help in Code Breaking

  • 05/03/05
  • 'Metal-Decorated' Nanotubes Hold Promise for Fuel Cells

  • 04/21/05
  • Chip-scale Refrigerators Cool Bulk Objects

  • 01/26/05
  • Laser Applications Heat Up for Carbon Nanotubes

  • 01/05/05
  • Tiny, Atom-based Detector Senses Weak Magnetic Fields

  • 12/15/04
  • Experiments at Demolition of Old Washington Convention Center Aim to Improve First Responder Communications

  • 05/07/04
  • System Sets Speed Record for Quantum Encryption

  • 09/26/03
  • Tiny "Test Tubes" May Aid Pharmaceutical R&D

  • 01/02/02
  • NIST Helps Ensure Well-Timed Sledding at Winter Olympics