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  • July 6, 2007—Electronic ‘Crowd Behavior’ Revealed in Semiconductors, Bend It Like NIST: Nanoscale Soccer Debuts at RoboCup, NIST Status Update on World Trade Center 7 Probe, Conference to Focus on Latest Biometrics Advances, August Meeting to Address Chemical Regulation Issues, Conference Seeks Strategy on Bio, IT Standards for Health Care
  • May 24, 2007—NIST Atom Interferometry Displays New Quantum Tricks, NIST Antenna Calibrations Extended to 60-110 GHz, New Fabrication Technique Yields Nanoscale UV LEDs, Fiftieth Anniversary of First Digital Image Marked, New NIST Reference Material for Peptide Analysis, Guide Finds Criminals Hiding in Internet Data, Small Business Asked for R&D SBIR Contracts Ideas, New Book Explores Intelligent Vehicle Systems, Foundation Marks 30 Years of U.S./Israeli Innovation, Honors for NIST Researchers Announced
  • May 10, 2007—Magnetic Computer Sensors May Help Study Biomolecules, DNA Sieve: Nanoscale Pores Can Be Tiny Analysis Labs, Tiny Spectrometer Offers Precision Laser Calibration, Wetter Report: New Approach to Testing Surface Adhesion, ‘Tunable’ Network Features Coordinated Frequency Combs, NIST Building Software Offers Green Product Advice, New Accreditation Program for Radiation Detector Labs, NIST Nanotech User Facility Now Accepting Proposals, NIST-SEMATECH Workshop on Scatterometry Standards
  • April 26, 2007—Placing Single Nanowires: NIST Makes the Connection, New Nanocomposites May Mean More Durable Tooth Fillings, NIST Measuring Device Aims to Up Hip Operation Success, NIST Issues Guidelines for Ensuring RFID Security, Nano Structures Can Pose Big Measurement Problems, DVD Showcases 2006 Baldrige Award Winners, Earthquake Hazards Meeting at NIST, May 10-11, NIST Official Honored as Standards Champion
  • April 12, 2007 — Mass Weddings: NIST’s New Efficient 2-Photon Source, Quantum Dot Lasers: One Dot Makes All the Difference, NIST’s Stretching Exercises Shed New Light on Nanotubes, NIST Releases Major Update of Popular REFPROP Database, NIST Work Enhances Shop Floor Productivity, NIST/Industry Produce Improved Shock Tests, Tips Can Help Consumers Choose Flat-Panel Displays
  • March 30, 2007 —Study: Cells Selectively Absorb Short Nanotubes, Titanium Dioxide: It Slices, It Dices …, Novel Experiments on Cement Yield Concrete Results, Traces of Nanobubbles Determine Nano-boiling, How Long Does It Take to Take 10 Fingerprints?, New Standard Protocol for Suspicious Powder Sampling, ‘Interoperability Week’ Conference April 23-25, Baldrige Recipients Share Quality Best Practices, National Technology Medal Call for Nominations
  • March 16, 2007—James Turner Named as NIST Deputy Director, New JILA Apparatus Measures Fast Nanoscale Motions, New Reference Material for Diagnosing Kidney Disease, Construction Strategies to Avoid Progressive Collapse
  • March 1, 2007— NIST 'Micro-Rack' Measures Cell Mechanical Properties, Conflicting Signals Can Confuse Rescue Robots, Computer-Designed Molecule to Clean Up Fluorocarbons?, Atom 'Noise' May Help Design Quantum Computers, Frozen Lightning: NIST's New Nanoelectronic Switch, ATP to Schedule Competition for New Technology R&D Awards, Helping Managers Get a Handle on IT Security, Atomic Clock Signals May Be Best Shared by Fiber-Optics, NIST Risk Mitigation Guide Gives Planners a Head Start, New Web Site Explores PSL's for 'Automated Reasoning', New Pubs Help Secure Email, WLAN, Prevent Intrusions, Failure Investigations Report Now Available Online, A Very Cold Evening with Nobelist Bill Phillip, NIST's Jim Bergquist Wins APS Herbert P. Broida Prize, Fifteen Named to Earthquake Hazards Advisory Committee
  • February 15, 2007—President Requests $640.7 M for NIST FY 2008 Budget, High-Frequency Cryocooler Is Tiny, Cold and Efficient, Disorder May Be in Order for 'Spintronic' Devices, Clock Comparison Yields Clues to 'Constant' Change, NIST Report on U.S. Innovation Tags Measurement Challenges, Strain Has Major Effect on High-Temp Superconductors, Air Contaminants Databases Ease Healthy Homes Planning, JILA Measurements Recast Usual View of Elusive Force, New 2D Pics Brush Up Image of NIST 'Frequency Combs', New Members Appointed to NIST Advisory Group,
  • February 2, 2007—Using Nano-Magnets to Enhance Medical Imaging, NIST Develops Rapid Method for Judging Nanotube Purity, Neutron Probe Yields Break in Superconductor Mystery, NIST Issues Draft IPv6 Technical Profile, Standardized House Dust Aids Health Researchers, NIST Wants Comments on Proposed 'Hash' Competition
  • January 19, 2007—Algae Toxin Identification Unravels Fish-Kill Mystery, Improved Nanodots Could Be Key to Future Data Storage, New Miniaturized Device for Lab-on-a-Chip Separations, Countries Share Good Times Using GPS and the Internet, NIST 'Standard Bullet' Fights Gang Violence, Right Counter Height Can Improve Fingerprint Capture, New Quartz References for Workplace Safety, Minutely Organized Particulars ...
  • December 21, 2006—NIST to Preserve 1507 Map: America’s ‘Birth Certificate’, NIST/University Team Records Rare Glimpses of Light from Neutrons, ‘Vortex Lattices’ May Help Explain Material Defects, NIST Laser-Based Method Cleans Up Grubby Nanotubes, Adenine ’Tails’ Make Tailored Anchors for DNA, NIST Revises Key IT Security Publication, 2007 Baldrige Criteria for Excellence Now Available, Tool Helps Write Rules for XML Communication, Participants Wanted for 2007 Text Retrieval Trials
  • December 7, 2006—NIST Math Technique Opens Clearer Window on Universe, Unusually Stable Glasses May Benefit Drugs, Coatings, Mechanical Motion Used to ‘Spin’ Atoms in a Gas, Ethylene Suggested for Hydrogen Storage, New Targets May Hit Bull’s-Eye for Chip Makers
  • November 22, 2006—NIST Test Fans the Flames for High-Rise Fire Safety, On the Cutting Edge: Carbon Nanotube Cutlery, Three Organizations to Receive 2006 Baldrige Award, Decimals Score a Point on International Standards, Enhanced Air Quality Modeling Software Available, December Workshop Focuses on Advancing Telemedicine, NIST Physicist Wins APS Keithley Award
  • November 9, 2006—‘Tornadoes’ Are Transferred From Light to Sodium Atoms, Making Robotic Movement of Goods More ‘Pallet-able, Novel Audio Telescope Heeds Call of the Wild … Birds, New Measurement Guide Worth ‘Poring Over’,NIST Issues Info Security Primer for Managers, 2006 Machine Translation Evaluation Results Posted, Steven Bellovin to Receive NIST/NSA Security Award, NIST Staff Honored in 2006 Presidential Rank Awards, Wineland Named to 2006 ‘Scientific American 50’, NIST Physicist Receives APS I.I. Rabi Prize
  • October 26, 2006—New Hybrid Microscope Probes Nano-Electronics, Finding the Right Mix: A Biomaterial Blend Library, Novel Atom Refining Boosts Entanglement of Atom Pairs, Turning a Nuclear Spotlight on Illegal Weapons Material, New Web-based System Leads to Better, More Timely Data, O’Brian Named Director of NIST Boulder Laboratories, Vulnerability Database Hits 20,000 Software-Flaw Mark
  • October 12, 2006—Fossilized Liquid Assembly: Nanomaterials Research Tool, Molecular Spintronic Action Confirmed in Nanostructure, New Fertilizer SRM Can Help Control Heavy Metal Content, NIST Issues Four-Pack of Computer Security Pubs, NIST Releases New Standard for Semiconductor Industry
  • September 28, 2006—Robot Wheelchair May Give Patients More Independence, Firefighter Radios May Fail During High-Temp Fires, Einstein’s Magnetic Effect Is Measured on Microscale, Emergency Tests Focus on Lab Radioactivity Analyses, Distance Records Set for Quantum 'Keys' Transmission, Model Homes Offer National IAQ Impact Results, N IST Physicist Awarded Service to America Medal, Comments Sought on New IT Security Guides, New Standards Portal Focuses on U.S.-China Trade, New NIST Research Featured in Show on Titanic Disaster, Fifteen Prepare for Baldrige Site Visits
  • September 14, 2006—Prozac Exposure Found to Disrupt Mussel Reproduction, New Reference Materials Support Industrial Zeolites,ERCC to Begin Test Rounds for Final RNA Reference Set,NIST, U. Md. and NSA Create Joint Quantum Institute, Small, Low-noise Oscillator May Help in Surveillance, Nanomanufacturing Meeting to Chart Research Needs, NIST Guide Details Forensic Practices for Data Analysis
  • August 31, 2006—Nano-Signals Get a Boost from Magnetic Spin Waves, Gold Nanoparticles Prove to Be Hot Stuff, Workshops Address How to Avoid Progressive Collapse, How-To Guide for Removing Data from Storage Media, Meeting to Examine Industry Impact of Chemical Controls, October Summit to Focus on Healthcare Technology, New Fact Sheet Addresses Questions on WTC Report
  • August 17, 2006—Structure of Key Enzyme in Plague Bacterium Found, ‘Atomic Switch’ Experiments Expand Nanoscale Toolkit, Advanced Imaging Facility Watches Fuel Cells at Work, New Web Database Improves Access to Ionic Liquid Data, Putting Search and Rescue Robots Through Their Paces, Draft Guidance on Improving Security of Home Computers
  • August 3, 2006—New X-Ray Microbeam Answers 20-Year-Old Metals Question, Links Between DNA Damage and Breast Cancer Studied, NIST Makes Changes to Key Security Publication, Workshop Addresses Imaging Technology in Therapeutics, Two NIST Researchers Earn Presidential Honors, ANSI Exec Will Help Iraq with Standards
  • July 20, 2006—‘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, Add Nanotubes and Stir—With the Right Force, Road to AC Voltage Standard Leads to Important Junction,NIST Can Help You ‘MBARK’ onto Better Biometric Systems, NIST Director Testifies on Voting Machine Standards
  • July 6, 2006—New Ion Trap May Lead to Large Quantum Computers, NIST RoboCrane® Cuts Aircraft Maintenance Costs, Stress Management: X-Rays Reveal Si Thin-Film Defects, Magnetic Ties May Explain High-Temp Superconductors, Rust Never Sleeps: New SRM Aids Coated Steel Industry, NIST, UM Program To Support Nanotech Development
  • June 22, 2006—Rooftop PV Data for Better Energy Prediction Models, Soft Materials Buckle Up for Measurement, Improved Rating for Residential Fuel Cells, Noise Measurement May Boost Cell Phone Performance, U.S., Singapore Act to Simplify Telecom Trade, Draft Guide Will Help Make WLANs More Secure, Seventy-Six Apply for Nation’s Top Honor for Excellence, NIST’s FISMA Team Receives AFFIRM Leadership Award
  • June 8, 2006—NIST Bullet Tests Make Frangibles More Tangible, NIST Software Makes Fire Gear Choice Easier, Designer Gradients Speed Surface Science Experiments, Circuit Board Materials May Like It Hot (or Not), Three NIST Scientists Receive Flemming Awards, Alliance Donates Health IT Standards Directory to NIST
  • May 25, 2006—Gulf Coast MEP Centers to Help Manufacturers Recover, Still More Accurate After All These Years, Growing Glowing Nanowires to Light Up the Nanoworld, Neuronal Cell Cultures Kept on the Straight and Narrow, July 'Summit' Aims for U.S. Success in Global Standards, NIST Nobelists Testify on Science Policy, Registration Open for Biometrics Conference, Sample Baldrige Application Available for Non-profits, Mass Spectrometry Methods Database Gets Major Update
  • May 12, 2006—Wearable Sensors to Improve Soldier Post-Action Reports, Precision Biochemistry Tracks DNA Damage in Fish, NIST and NCI to Collaborate on Proteomics Assessment, Low-Cost Microfluidics Can Be a Sticky Problem, Furlani Named Director of NIST’s IT Lab, 2005 Baldrige Award Winners Applications Available
  • April 28, 2006—Laser Trapping of Erbium May Lead to Novel Devices, Six Organizations Receive Baldrige Quality Awards, NIST Gears Up to Evaluate Short Range 3-D Imaging, Measurements May Help Show If Constants Are Changing, Shared Theories on Thought Could Lead to Smart Machines
  • April 13, 2006—Bioactive Cement Scaffold May Improve Bone Grafts, World Trade Center Study Spurs Improvement of Codes, Microfluidic Device Tests Fluid Compatibility, Materials Declaration Forms Help Meet European Rules, Beyond the Kilogram: Redefining More SI Units
  • March 30, 2006—Quantum Dot Method Rapidly Identifies Bacteria, RFID Tags to Assist in Tracking First Responders, NIST/ORNL Dedicate New Nuclear Medicine Lab, Quality Standards Issued For Testing Herbal Products, Measuring Electrical Arcs At the Micrometer Scale, Bytes by the Quintillion For Today and Tomorrow, “March Madness” Effects Observed in Ultracold Gases, NIST Proposes Updating Digital Signature Standard, Rescue Robots Test Skills At "Disaster City" Event, IT Meeting to Help Agencies With Security Assessments, Chenok Set To Chair IT Security Advisory Board, Collins Named to Head NIST Technology Services
  • March 16, 2006—Using ‘Minutiae’ to Match Fingerprints Can Be Accurate, Optical ‘Comb’ Allows Powerful Chemical Analysis, Record-breaking Detector May Aid Nuclear Inspections, Algorithm Advance Produces Quantum Calculation Record, Second Mandatory Security Standard Now Available, New 'Liquid Lens' Data for Immersion Lithography, Changes Approved to Federal ID Standard, Concrete Flow Researchers to Use NASA Supercomputer, NIST Seeks Reference Nucleic Acid Sequences, Federal Earthquake Program Seeks Public Comments
  • March 6, 2006—Experimental Atomic Clock Uses Ytterbium ‘Pancakes’ ,CPSC Cites NIST Research in Mattress Safety Advance, Interoperability Standards Events Set for March 13-17, Crystal Structure Library Gets a 'Data Lift', Jeffrey Details NIST’s Role in Advancing Health IT, New Judges Appointed to Baldrige Award Panel
  • Feb. 16, 2006—NIST SRM Aids Efforts to Reduce Cigarette Fire Risk, NIST Budget Request Spotlights Innovation, Method May Help Optimize Light-emitting Semiconductors, Telecom Meeting to Focus on Emerging Networks, Site Tracks Implementation of Trade Center Suggestions, Helping Small Manufacturers Do Business with Government, Boettinger Elected to Engineering Academy, Kilmer Named Director of NIST’s MEP Program, Kayser Is New Head of NIST Materials Lab
  • Jan. 17, 2006—Experiments Help Explain ‘Floppy’ Space Molecule, Simulation Program Predicts Resistivity in Nanodevices, Helping Small Firms Run Large Supply Chains, Updated Federal Guide on Cryptography Available, NIST Summer Research Jobs, Applications Due Feb. 15, NIST Appoints Hayes to Head Earthquake Program, NIST Names Hockert Chief of Weights and Measures
  • Dec. 22, 2005—Einstein Was Right (Again): NIST/MIT Confirm E= mc2, Enjoy New Year's Eve a Second Longer!, Scientists Solve Mystery of the “Unicorn” Whale, Evaluation Metrics Proposed for Firefighter Thermal Imagers, New Enhancements Upgrade NIST Mass Spectra Library, Studying the Fate of Drugs in Wastewater
  • Dec. 1, 2005—Physicists Coax Six Atoms into Quantum ‘Cat’ State, Nano-Cages ‘Fill Up’ with Hydrogen, ‘Jammed Networks’ May Clear the Way for Better Materials, ‘Long’ Distances Measured with Picometer Accuracy, Grant Advances Web Portal for U.S./China Standards, NIST Assists with Testing Crash Avoidance System
  • Nov. 17, 2005—Additives May Save Energy for Cooling Big Buildings, Copper Ridges Nearly Double X-ray Sensor Performance, NIST Seeking Cure ofr Electronics-Killing 'Whiskers', Two Universities Get Grants for Precision Measurements, Nobel Laureate Wins Presidential Rank Award, Virgil Gligor to Receive NIST/NSA Security Award
  • Nov. 3, 2005—WTC Report Urges Action for Safer Tall Buildings, 'Smart' Buildings to Guide Future First Responders, Tool Tackles Translucence and Other Color Challenges, Measurement and Standards Issues in Telemedicine, Updated Fire Modeling Software Released, Get On Board as a Baldrige Examiner
  • Oct. 20, 2005—NIST Coordinates Study of Hurricane Structure Damage, Magnetic Nanoparticles Assembled into Long Chains, NIST Develops Health Care IT Standards Repository, Ultrafast Lasers Take 'Snapshots' as Atoms Collide, Why 'Filling-it-up' Takes More than 'Tank Capacity', NIST Physicist Honored for Technological Innovation
  • Oct. 7, 2005—NIST/JILA Fellow Shares Nobel Prize in Physics, Better Measurements Reveal Seasonal Changes in Sulfur, NIST Method Improves Reliability of GPS Clocks, Simulations Predict Savings From More Airtight Buildings, Groups Join Forces for DHS Rescue Robot Standards, Federal Cryptography Guide Available for Comment
  • Sept. 23, 2005—Nano-devices May Allow Smaller Microwave Systems, Advance May Move Kilogram Closer to 'Natural' Definition, NIST Atomic Fountain Clock Gets Much Better with Time, Meeting on New Technologies and Radiation Measurements
  • Sept. 9, 2005—New Material May Have ‘Liquid’ Magnetic State, A New Structural View of Organic Electronic Devices, NIST Shielding Data Help Launch Shuttle, Comments Sought on Revision of Federal ID Standard, Experts To Examine Virtual Enterprise Uses of Info Tech
  • Aug. 26, 2005—Detecting Anthrax Proteins at Ultralow Concentrations, Improving Security of Handheld IT Devices, NIST Develops 'Toolbox" for Manufacturing Systems, Consortium Seeks Comment on Gene Expression Roadmap, IT Program Hopes to Foster Better Security Checklists, Evaluation Gauges Results from Machine Translation, Conference to Highlight New Biometric Technologies, Industrial Physics Forum: Innovation Infrastructure, Practice Guide Describes Engineering Standards
  • Aug. 10, 2005—Chemical Link Indicated between Alcohol and Certain Cancers, NIST Demonstrates Better Memory with Quantum Computer Bits, Comprehensive Database of Computer Vulnerabilities Now Available, Tandem Ions May Lead the Way to Better Atomic Clocks, First Large-Scale Evaluation of Iris Recognition Under Way, NIST Workshop to Help Industry Meet New EU Regulations, Guidelines Issued for Certifying, Accrediting PIV Card Issuers, New Guide Is Timely for Radio Controlled Clocks, Watches
  • July 26, 2005Researchers Help Sort Out the Carbon Nanotube Problem, Bioagent Detector Guide Aids First Responder Purchasing, Compact JILA System Stabilizes Laser Frequency, Comments Sought on Draft Federal IT Security Standard, Measurement Challenges In Detecting Cancer Biomarkers, Draft Guidelines Released for IT Security Controls, NIST’s Manufacturing Lab Prints 2005 Program Guide, Usability Standard Achieves International Status
  • July 13, 2005JILA Study of RNA Dynamics May Help in Drug Design, Temperature Control Improves NIST X-ray Detector, New Infrared Tool Measures Silicon Wafer Thickness, NIST Finds Rough Spot in Surface Measurement, Predicting the Lifetime of Extreme UV Optics
  • June 30, 2005—World Trade Center Team Calls for Code Improvements, Final Nightclub Fire Report Urges Code Compliance, New Design Developed for Silicon Nanowire Transistors, New Web Service Tracks Foreign Tech Regulations, NIST to Accredit Voting Systems Test Labs, NIST Outlines Support for Health IT Initiative, Reference Materials Planned for Semiconductor Industry, Submissions Requested for Crypto Hash Workshop, NIST Scientist Honored for Neutron Probe Advances
  • June 16, 2005—New Gene Chip May Be Early Cancer Diagnosis Tool, Finding the True Measure of Nanoscale 'Roughness', Software Advance Helps Computers Act Logically, New NIST Method Improves Accuracy of Spectrometers, NIST Researchers Receive Presidential Research Awards, Flemming Awards Received by Four NIST Researchers, Laser Measurements Seminar
  • June 2, 2005—NIST Photon Detectors Have Record Efficiency, Shadow Technique Improves Measurement of Micro Holes, New Authentication Code Urged for Digital Data, Software Addresses Terrorist Building Threats, NIST June Workshop Focuses on BFRs in Environment, Meeting Slated to Discuss Structural Steel and Fire, 2004 Baldrige Winners' Applications Available, and NIST Withdraws Outdated Data Encryption Standard
  • May 18, 2005—Quantum Computing Results May Help in Code Breaking, New Initiative Will Map U.S. Measurement Needs, World's First UV 'Ruler' Sizes Up Atomic World, NIST Method Improves Timing in Oscilloscopes, Rock On! Indiana Limestone: NIST's First and Latest SRM, NIST Smoothness Web Site Adds 3-D Analysis Tools, NIST Showcase to Feature Nanotech and Bioscience
  • May 5, 2005—'Metal-Decorated' Nanotubes Hold Promise for Fuel Cells, Study Examines Measurement of Service Sector R&D, DVD Showcases 2004 Baldrige Award Winners, NIST Fire Analysis Tools Featured in Online Training, Jin Elected to National Academy of Sciences, NIST Requests Comments on Managing Cryptographic Keys
  • April 21, 2005—Chip-scale Refrigerators Cool Bulk Objects, Portable Radiation Detectors Generally Meet Standards, Nanomagnets Bend the Rules, Dogs and Robots Share NIST Special Test Arena, X-Rays Shine Light on High-Intensity Gas Lamps, Data Effort Improves Flow Toward 'Greener' Chemistry, Meeting to Explore Possible Gene Expression Consortium
  • April 12, 2005—Probable Cause Sequences for WTC Collapse Finalized, Light Scattering Method Reveals Details under Skin, New Gas Sensors Patterned with Conducting Polymer, NIST To Host Public Forum on Robot Standards, New Members Appointed to Policy Advisory Group, NIST Issues HIPAA Security Guideline, NIST IT Laboratory's 2004 Technical Accomplishments, NIST and University of Colorado Establish Partnership
  • March 24, 2005—Noisy Pictures Tell a Story of “Entangled” Atoms, Billions in Cost Estimated for Firefighter Injuries, Where's Waldo's DNA? New NIST SRM Joins Search, HIV/AIDS Structure Database is a Hit with Researchers, New Facility Recognized in Lab Design Competition, Fire Retardant Foam Consortium To Meet, How Long Should Digital Storage Media Last?, NIST, Utah State Collaborate On Sensor Technology
  • March 10, 2005--NIST Urges Improvements in Nightclub Fire Safety, New ID Standard Announced for Federal Agencies, New Architecture Proposed for Quantum Computing, New Web Site 'Drills Down' into Government Standards, Security Controls Recommended for Federal Information Systems, The Future of the Semiconductor Industry, April Forum To Revisit National Standards Strategy, Workshop on Synchronization in Telecommunications
  • February 24, 2005--Circuits Mimic Atom Pairs in Quantum Computing Advance, Nano-sized Chip Features Measured with Atom 'Ruler', NIST Software To Guide Federal 'Buy Green' Drive, New NIST Reference Material Reinforces Fragile-X Screens, Protecting Drinking Water Supplies Within Buildings, 1,000th Baldrige Award Application Will Be Free, Workshop on Manufacturing R&D, Experts Urge Redefinition of the Kilogram, Biometrics Focus of Two NIST Workshops
  • February 10, 2005--President Proposes Funding for NIST FY2006 Programs, Sprinklers Shown Effective in Slowing Dorm Fires, Experiments Prove Existence of Atomic Chain 'Anchors', Devising Nano Vision for an Optical Microscope, Helping Future Engineers Use Today's Design Plans, New Judges Appointed to Baldrige Award Panel, Baldrige Winners Share Best Practices, PBS Features NIST/NARA Charters of Freedom Work, Cryptography Program Issues 500th Certificate
  • January 26, 2005--Caution Urged for Switch to Internet Phones, Gentler Processing May Yield Better Molecular Devices, Lab Experiments Mimic a Star's Energy Bursts, Laser Applications Heat Up for Carbon Nanotubes, XML-based Language Formats Checklists for IT Security, NIST/HHS Join Forces for Medical Innovation
  • January 5, 2005--Flame Retardant Exposure Linked to House Dust, Tiny, Atom-based Detector Senses Weak Magnetic Fields, Convention Center Implosion Site for Radio Experiments, Novel Zigzag Shape Gives Sensors Magnetic Appeal, NIST/EPA Study Aims at Healthy Indoor Climate, NIST/TA Team Up With "Big 3" on Manufacturing
  • December 8, 2004--A Data ‘Repair Kit’ for Quantum Computers, Software Tool Finds 'Needles' in Data 'Haystacks', Microchip Industry Strives to Perfect Its Timing, Identifying Top Quality CD and DVD Media for Archiving, Baldrige 2005 Criteria Now Available, Wanted: Expert Reviewers for 2005 Baldrige Award
  • November 24, 2004--Four Organizations Receive Presidential Quality Award, Ultrafast Laser Speeds Up Quest for Atomic Control, Planning for Extreme Events by Understanding Risk, New Project Takes Measure of Plastic Electronics, NIST Co-funded Technologies Tapped for Scientific American 50
  • November 10, 2004--Gold Nano Anchors Put Nanowires in Their Place, Designing an Ultrasensitive 'Optical Nose' for Chemicals, Research Effort Seeks A's to Gene Expression Q's, Open Source Software Driver Can Improve PDA Security, NIST Requests Comments on Draft Federal ID Standard, Scientific American Dubs Jin 'Research Leader of the Year', Gebbie Honored as a AAAS Fellow
  • October 27, 2004--New System 'Sees' Crimes on Audiotape, New Software Judges Quality of Scanned Fingerprints, NIST WTC Investigators Release Latest Research Findings, NIST Releases House Repair Planning, Budgeting Software, Capital Facilities Industry Joins the Information Revolution, Labor Department Issues Grants to Five Manufacturing Centers, Comments Sought on Federal Computer Security Guide
  • October 14, 2004--Super Slow Light May Help Speed Optical Communications, NIST Fire Data/Simulations Aid Chicago Fire Investigation, Protecting Industrial Networks from Cyber Attacks, Baldrige Award for Non-Profits Approved, Mass Metrology CD-ROM Now Available in Spanish, Phoha Named New Director of NIST’s Information Technology Lab
  • September 28, 2004--World Trade Towers Design Exceeded Wind Load Codes, Studying the Chemistry of Drugs in Wastewater, Fire Prevention Tips for Saving Lives, Helping Investigators Gather Crime Evidence from PDAs
  • September 14, 2004--Scientists Tame 'Hip Hop' Atoms, A Simpler Design for X-Ray Detectors, Emergency 'Shoelacing' for Fractured Phone Systems, Protecting Buildings from Airborne Threats, Testbed to Link Metrology Tools/Software
  • August 30, 2004--Chip-Scale Atomic Clock Unveiled by NIST, Software Difficulties Cost Builders Billions, Patented Process Preserves Transplant Tissues/Organs, Scientists Observe 'Atomic Air Force', Supercool! Model Unscrambles Complex Crystallization Puzzle, New Microfluidic Device Tackles Tough Synthesis Tasks, Lighting the Way to Better Nanoscale Films
  • August 13, 2004--Carbon Nanotubes Eliminate Manufacturing Woe, Going to Mercury? Don’t Leave Home Without a NIST Calibration, New NIST Guide Helps Book’em on Digital Evidence, Plan to Reform, Strengthen NIST MEP Announced, Forum on Vehicle Scale Shipment Accuracy
  • July 30, 2004--Lab Experiments Simulate House-to-House Fire Spread, Trade Center Analysis Classifies Victims’ Locations in Towers, New Way of 'Seeing': A 'Neutron Microscope', Something’s Fishy About New NIST Food Standard, Tackling Tough Problems with Reliable Computer Grids
  • July 15, 2004--Fingerprint Matching Systems Highly Accurate, Study Finds, New Database to Help Develop AIDS Drugs, NIST Standard Adopted For Across-the-Road Radar, Cryogenics Research Yields Possible Cure for Arrhythmia, Twisting the Light Away, Method Tests Strength of Advanced Thin Films, A Safer Way to Make Metal Nanospheres, New Standards to Improve Measurements of Microdevices
  • July 2, 2004--'Nanomaterial Yields Cool Results, WTC Investigation Identifies Standards, Codes Issues, Lack of Supply Chain Standards Costing Billions of Dollars, Measuring Artificial Viruses To Improve Disease Detection, Lasers Key to Construction, Manufacturing Advances
  • June 16, 2004--'Teleporting' Quantum States From One Atom to Another, Keeping Drugs Stable Without Refrigeration, Quantum Mechanical 'Tune Up' for Better Measurement, Protecting Firefighters from Roof Collapses
  • May 24, 2004--New Standard to Help Diagnose Heart Attacks, Scaling Friction Down to the Nano/Micro Realm, Developing Tools for Reliable "Gene Chip" Measurements, Reducing Standards-Related Barriers to Trade, New Security Certification Guidelines for IT Systems
  • May 7, 2004--System Sets Speed Record For Quantum Encryption, Sea Turtle Health Linked to Contaminants, Uncertainty in Clinical Tests Raises Health Care Costs, Superconducting R&D Wire Achieves Major Milestone, Software Corrects Chip Errors Early, MEP Named as Finalist in Government Award, Two NIST Researchers Earn Presidential Honors, NIST/Chemical Safety Board Sign Agreement
  • April 23, 2004--Portable 'Rainbow' Source Improves Color Calibrations, When Microns Matter: Web Site Smooths the Way, Improving Eye Patient Care With Telemedicine Standards, VA’s Newest Manufacturer Has Microscopic Product Line, NIST Supports Chip Group Data Standards Effort, Biomaterials Group Studies 3D Reference Scaffolds, Success Formulas Featured on Baldrige CDs, Videos
  • April 9, 2004--DNA Research Highlights Prostate Cancer Mechanisms, Controlling Biomolecules With Magnetic 'Tweezers', New Tool Helps Builders Evaluate Terrorist Threats, Glowing Microspheres Improve Fluorescence Measurements, New Database Aids Medical Device Exporters, Ceramics Data Enter a New Phase
  • March 25, 2004 -- World's Best "Rulers" Will Make Better Clocks, Standard Helps ID Fuels Used in Arson, Genes Appeared Before "Junk" DNA, Toolkit for Evaluating Public R&D Funding
  • March 11, 2004 -- Method Produces Uniform, Self-Assembled Nanocells, Electronic Device Standards To Yield Choicer Chops, Delving into Defects Spurs Prospects for Chip Insulator, Homeland Security Standards Help State/Local Governments, NIST Study Helps Auto Engineers by the Numbers, Light Wave Measurements Make Circuits Better
  • February 26, 2004 -- Current Smoke Alarms Pass Life-Saving Tests, Tagging Faulty Genes With Fluorescent Nanodots, Quantum Dots Deliver Photons One at a Time, Using Water as a Lens To Shrink Chip Dimensions, Standardizing Disaster Models To Help First Responders
  • February 13, 2004 -- Laser Method Identifies, Counts Toxic Molecules, Testing Sticky Stuff With a ‘Fly’s Eye', Researchers Offer Tips For Longer Lived CD, DVDs, Demolition Tests Aim to Improve Emergency Communications, Federal Standard Issued For Improving IT Security, ATP Opens New Competition for R&D Projects
  • January 30, 2004 -- New Form of Matter Created: A Fermionic Condensate, New Cryogenic Refrigerator Dips Chips into a Deep Freeze, ‘Kissing’ RNA and HIV-1: Unraveling the Details, Stirring Research Provides Recipe for Nanotube Success, NIST Neutron Researcher Wins Inaugural Society Award
  • January 16, 2004 -- Cell Phone Still Too Big? Micro-Oscillators May Help, Advice for Designing Reliable Nanomaterials, New Standard on the Menu, Certified Slurried Spinach, Online Calculator Improves Analysis of Chemical Data
  • December 19, 2003 -- Greeting Another New Year Without a Leap Second, Experts Stress Importance Of Holiday Fire Safety, Test Method Provides Biocompatibility ‘Barometer’, Low-Cost, Digital Displays Through Ink Jet Printing, Cone-Shaped Tool Aids Digital Projector Tests
  • December 4, 2003 -- Microscopes Provide New View For Tissue Engineering, 2003 Baldrige Award Goes to Seven Organizations, Test Measures Compatibility of DVD Disks and Drives, Public's Help Requested on Rhode Island Nightclub Fire, Standard Helps Control Quality of Joint Replacements, Testing Rescue Robots At Arenas Around the Globe, Report Details Progress On World Trade Center Investigation
  • November 21, 2003 -- Researchers Create Bose-Einstein 'Super Molecule,' X-ray Inspection May Meet Computer Chip-Making Need, Radio Waves Help See Moisture Inside Walls, Prospects Brighten for Future Superconductor Power Cables, Interactive CD-ROM Provides Mass Metrology Training
  • November 6, 2003 -- Draft Federal Guidelines Issued for Computer Security, Agreements to Facilitate World Trade Center Study, Teaching Your Cell Phone Where It Is and How to Act, New Superconductor Study Confirms, Extends Nobel Theory, Md. Weathers Hurricane Isabel With Backup Fuel Cell Power, NIST Chemist Receives Rare Forensics Award
  • October 23, 2003 -- NIST Director Urges Better Security for Critical Industrial Systems, Symposium to Address Voting Standards Issues, Developing Elevators that Function During Fires, Gauging the Economic Impact of Government R&D Programs, Only 15 Minutes of Life, No Fame, for Lone Neutrons, Two Extension Centers Help Manufacturer Get ‘Lean’
  • October 10, 2003 -- NIST Physicist Wins MacArthur 'Genius' Grant, Helping Consumers Choose Among House Repair Options, Mimicking the Human Body With Carbon Black Polymers, Standard Improves Tests of Male DNA, Electronics Interconnections For Extreme Space Environments
  • September 26, 2003 -- Cells Used as "Test Tubes" May Aid Pharmaceutical R&D, Rating the Performance of Residential Fuel Cells, Dual Microscopes Illuminate Electronic Switching Speeds, Metal Stamping Project Aims at Cutting Manufacturing Costs, Cases Protect Cherished Documents from Hurricane Isabel, Free CD Demystifies Complex Standards System
  • September 10, 2003 -- Detecting Chemical Threats With “Intelligent” Networks, From Movies to Minutia: DVDs Eyed for Archival Uses, Software Opens the Door For Natural Ventilation, Sensor Company Flies High With Extension Center Help
  • August 27, 2003 -- Recipe for a Shake Gel, Detoxifying Sediments With Electrons and UV Light, MEP Center Helps Maine Company Build Bright Future on the Past, With Neutrons, Partners Pursue The Scent of Success
  • August 11, 2003 -- New NIST Facility Soon Will Be 'Reflecting' on Safer Signs, Finding Dirty Bombs and Other Radiation Threats, NIST Developing Virtual Reality Training Tool for Firefighters, MEP Helps Small Kentucky Firm Play Big Role in Defense, Single Photon Detector Conquers the Dark Side, NIST Helps Chip Industry Measure Features by Counting Atoms
  • July 28, 2003 -- Standards To Help Manufacturers Measure Micromachine Properties, 'Liquid Lenses' May Shrink Feature Sizes on Microchips, Conference to Highlight Biometric Technologies, Standard Puts High-Speed Chips On the Fast Track, Fire Investigative Team Describes Progress
  • July 9, 2003 -- Ultracold Experiments Pave Way for Super Molecule, NIST Assists Hollywood With Digital Cinema Study, System Helps Ensure Reliability Of Military Communications, Tiny Bubbles: New Tool in Chemical Sensing?, Dot, Dot, Dot . . . How Quantum Dots Line Up, Grants to Fund Development Of Novel Technologies
  • January/February 2003 -- NIST 'Phantom Material' May Help Improve Metal Detectors, NIST Helps U.S. Capitol with 'Overhead' Problem, Improved Ocean Color Mapping When the NIST SIRCUS Is in Town, New NIST Standards Say 'Hairs' to Better Drug Testing, NIST/ISMT Laboratory Puts the 'Force' With Chipmakers, 'Stone Cold' Video Showcases NIST's Hunt for New State of Matter
  • October/November 2002 -- NIST 'Pins' Down Imaging System for the Blind, NIST Helping Prepare an 'Out of This World' Atomic Clock, New Standard Helps Make Software Easier to Use, NIST Solving a Mystery Among Electrons, NIST Genetics Research Lends a Hand in World Trade Center IDs, NIST Micro-Positioner May Help Send Messages from the Stars
  • July/August 2002 -- NIST Researchers Approach Non-Physical Standard for Kilogram, A Notary Public for the Digital Age, ATP Project Helps Solar Energy Home Operate on Ribbons, NIST Helps Make Criminal Hard Drives Become 'Hard Evidence', NIST 'Hot' Movies Help Optimize Sensors, New NIST Measurement System May Help Save Power and Dollars
  • May/June 2002 -- Detectors Soon Will Be No Match for NIST-Tuned Radar Guns, NIST Chocolate Standard Raises the ‘Bar’ on Accuracy, NIST Chemists Define and Refine Properties of Plastic Microsystems, New NIST Booklet Tells How to Short Circuit Surges, Need the Time or Need to Know About Time ... Go to NIST!
  • March/April 2002 -- NIST Creates ‘Magic’ Bullets (and Casings) Against Crime, Video Illustrates Impact of Sprinklers on Dorm Room Fires, Cutting’-Edge Technology to Better Shape Submarine Propellers, New Tool Promises Better Predictions of Gas Impacts, New Standards from NIST May Provide ‘All-Natural’ Benefits, New NIST Procedure Seeks Improved Diagnosis of Fragile X Syndrome
  • January/February 2002 -- NIST Helps Ensure Well-Timed Sledding at Winter Olympics, New Web Page Highlights NIST Efforts in Homeland Security, New Evidence for Human Impact on Carbon Dioxide Levels, Award-Winning ATP Project Helps Manufacturers Get a Grip, NIST Helps U.S. Army Ensure Gas Mask Quality, NIST, Automakers Steer Clear of Info Highway Barriers
  • November/December 2001 -- Ultracold Plasmas Are a Chilling Puzzle, A Trip to the ‘Library’ May Help Catch Computer Villains, New NIST Test Says ‘Y’ Be Uncertain about DNA Identification, New Imaging Tool Has X-Ray Eyes, NIST Named National Historic Chemical Landmark, Video Says ‘SURF’s Up’ Again for NIST Summer Student Program
  • October 2001 -- New State of Matter Yields Nobel Prize for NIST Researcher, It’s a Dirty Job, But Somebody Has to Do It, NIST Helps Close Electronic Nooks to Computer-Using Crooks, Science Friction: Lubricants for Minuscule Machines, NIST ‘Microhotplate’ May Help Search for Extraterrestrial Life, Public Defenders Get Better Defense Against Stabbings
  • September 2001 -- NIST Hair ID System May Help Put ‘Locks’ on Criminals, How Fast Does Fire Spread? See for Yourself in New NIST Video, NIST Standard to Help Satellite Correctly ‘See the Light’, Turning Seaweed into a Scientific Tool, Old Ticker at NIST Gets a New Lease on Life, Classroom Presentation on Cryogenic Magic Available
  • July/August 2001 -- ‘Black Box’ Enhances Medical Decision Making: New Site Showcases NIST Connections in Your Community: Supercold Atoms Dance to the Beat of the ‘Bosenova’: Smithsonian Museum Opens Exhibit on NIST: Oklahoma Aircraft Repairer Soars to Success with MEP Help: NIST Gives Chip Makers the Edge by Smoothing Edges
  • June 2001 -- From Curves to Corked Bats: NIST Helps America ‘Play Ball’, NIST, Partners ‘Booting Up’ Tomorrow’s Smart Workplace, Controlled Blazes May Help Make College Life Safer, NIST Biomedical Standards Say ‘Here’s to Your Health!’, From the Start, NIST Has Helped Optoelectronics Improve Our Lives, For the Time of Your Life, Call NIST
  • May 2001 -- NIST Posts New Web Site: No One Over 18 Admitted!, Just Grape! NIST Excels in International Wine Testing, NIST Research Helps Create New Treatment for Abnormal Uterine Bleeding, No Cause for Alarm ... Unless It's for Real, New System Being Developed to Detect Concealed Weapons, NIST Team to Keep the Feds Ahead of Cyber Dangers
  • March/April 2001 -- Seattle Quake Lessons: Not Bad, But We Can Do Better, Bringing Polymer Patterns into Focus, Tiny Structures Are Focus for New NIST Facility, Putting a 'Whisker-Free' Face on Electronic Parts, 'MEMS' the Word for Newly Patented Device, On Top of Old Smoky, the Hot Water's Courtesy of NIST
  • February 2001--Getting the Better of Einstein--For Once, Students Help Renovate a Part of WWII--and NIST--History, XCALIBIR Cuts a Path to Advanced Microchips, Centers Can Help Small Manufacturers Save Energy, Dollars, Firefighter Rescue Devices Checked for PASSing Grade, 1904 Baltimore Disaster Made Standards a Hot Issue
  • January 2001--Save Your Breath, Turn on the Propeller!, New Standard Test Methods to Keep Auto Industry in Top Form, Treadmill Manufacturer Slims Costs, Bulks Up Sales and Production, Brilliant X-Ray Beams Illuminate Microstructures of Materials, Reporters Invited to Help Celebrate NIST's Birthday, Near-Centenarian Cast Iron Standard Still Going Strong
  • December 2000--Arrest Free Radicals and Help Put the Cuffs on Aging, NIST Helps Make Benefits of Flat-Panel Displays Crystal Clear, Don't Just Fight Tooth Decay ... Reverse It!, Turning Tragedy into a Better Understanding of Radiation Effects, Party at Midnight on New Year's Eve . Again!, December Milestones Lined the Path to Closed Captioning on TV
  • November 2000--New Book, Web Site Chronicle 100 Years of Service to America, NIST Helps Ensure Well-Timed Sledding at Next Winter Olympics, Rebuilding Bone with the Help of Technology, NIST Designing Tests of Crash-Prevention Technology, The Right 'Combination' Unlocks the Door to Advanced Materials, Radiation Standards Helped X-Rays Do More Good than Harm
  • October 2000--Everyday is SUNday Inside the Sphere, Live on the Internet, It's the Panama Canal!, Louisiana Center Helps Houseboat Firm Sail on the Sea of Success, Mr. Gorbachev, Please Don't Tear Down This Wall!, NIST Makes Measurable Improvements in Mammography, If the Phone Rings Before Dawn in October, Hope It's Sweden Calling
  • September 2000--Desert Wetlands? No Mirage, It's the Cutting Edge of Aquaculture, NIST Measurements May Give the Heave-Ho to Frost-Heaving Damage, Charters of Freedom Encasement Project Moves Forward, Tunnels Make Accurate Wind-Speed Measurements a Breeze, Montana MEP Center Deals Toilet Manufacturer a Royal Flush of Success, In the Rockies' Shadow, Boulder Labs Achieve Mountainous Results
  • August 2000--NIST Simulates Urban Destruction to Test Mechanical Searchers, NIST Taming Atoms to Power Future Super Computers, One Modeling Software Does the Trick for Two Famous Structures, Chilly Willee Freezes Costs with Help from Illinois MEP Center, Quality Metal Detectors Are Easier to Find, Thanks to NIST, When Mother Nature's at Her Worst, NIST is Often at Its Best
  • July 2000--New Technique Helps Retrieve Data from Damaged Magnetic Tape, NIST Joins Team to Standardize Cancer Screening Diagnostic Tests, New Library Will Help 'Close the Book' on Computer Crooks, 'Tele' Your Doctor How You Feel, Kneeling Soon May Be More Appealing for Firefighters, July Records Milestones in Time and Frequency Broadcasting
  • June 2000--NIST Helps Washington, D.C., Plug a Few Leaks ... in the Capitol Dome, Better Protection for Our Protectors Nears Reality, Boss Hoss Cycles Kick Into High Gear, New Standard Keeps Computers in Sync for Complex Calculations, Practice Makes Virtually Perfect in Medical Simulations, Special Camera Followed the Sun to Opposite Ends of the Globe
  • May 2000--Inventor Merged Three Technologies to Speed Mail Sorting, NIST Fingerprint Software Says Thumbs Down to Criminals, For Frequency Measurements, One Laser Is Better Than Several, Florida Firm Gets Lean with Help from MEP, Using Computers to Streamline Clinical Care-Finally, Huff and Puff and Shake ... The Houses Won't Fall Down
  • April 2000--Six Million Pounds of Quartz Help Keep America Mighty, Crime Labs Get NIST Help Analyzing Gunpowder and Explosives, High-Performance Car Engine? It's Putty in Their Hands, MDs Rely on NIST Standards for New Cancer, Heart Therapies, Computer Programs Paint Fire by the Numbers, A Little OOMMF May Help Increase Computer Memory
  • March 2000--Remembering the Beginning as NIST Starts its 100th Year, NIST Helps Building Join Ohio College Faculty, Study Shows Quality Pays for Software-Driven Devices, ATP Partner Moves DNA in the Right Direction, Helping Concrete Go with the Flow, Atoms, Check Your Engines!
  • February 2000--Two Places at Once? NIST Shows It's Only for Atoms, Presidential Initiative Seeks Funds to Squash Hackers, On Balance, MEASUREnet.gov May Be Best New Thing on the Internet, For California Confectionery, Life Is Sweet Once More, If It's Warm Outside, It's Not Midweek, New Registry Helps Developers Check IDs at the Door
  • January 2000--Trapping Neutrons May Capture Bigger Prize-Peek at Big Bang, Using One Voice for Software Testing Creates Harmony for All, From Chocolate to Heart Proteins: NIST Sets the Standard,s Smile! New NIST Amalgam Material Contains No Mercury, A Laser Ruler for Paint Films, Neutrons Chart Smooth Ride for Automotive Springs
  • December 1999--When It's Too Hot, Firefighters Turn to NIST, NIST Scales the Washington Monument ... Again, NIST Chemists Hit the Dirt, Proteins Hold Key to Curing Diseases, Bose Einstein Models Make Beautiful, Superfluid Images, Vehicles Measure Up Thanks to NIST
  • November 1999--New NIST Device Turns e-Books into Braille, ATP Digital TV Project Goes on the Air, Chip Off the Old Supernova, Modern Technology May Have Solved Decades-Old Mystery, Minnesota Technology Helps Easy Systems Bring Home the Bacon, And That's The Way It Was
  • October 1999 --New Web Site Puts Atomic Time on Your Computer, Two NIST Labs Help Chandra Explore the Universe, Tiny Forces to be Reckoned With, Telescope Mirror Born at NIST Goes Home to Ohio, Vitamin D Measurements Aid Polar Bear Cubs, Canton Cooperage Becomes the Toast of the Fine Wine Industry
  • September 1999 --Advanced Encryption Standard Will Keep Your Secrets Safe, Light-Speed Communications Rely on NIST Standards, Vitamin Measurements Made More Reliable at NIST, Researchers Are Having a Ball with Round Molecules, 100 Millimeters Makes a Big Difference, Business Heats Up for Thermagon with Help from Cleveland MEP
  • August 1999 --Precast Concrete Stands Tall in NIST Earthquake Lab, Neutron Beams Have the Power to Examine Batteries, Literature Meets Electronics in E-Book Workshop, 'Middleware' Lets You Write the Rules, Cool New Web Site Offers Physics History Lesson, Michigan Manufacturing Firm Is Ready for Y2K--Are You?
  • July 1999 --Computer Networks Get Smart with Mobile Agent Technology, Companies Work to Exterminate Y2K Bug with NIST Assistance, Novel Optics Shed New Light on Medicine, Electronics, Lunar Reflector Still on the Job After 30 Years, Mystery Meat Makes Marvelous Measurement Metric, Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
  • June 1999 --NIST Helps Keep New Safety Measure on Road to Reality, Grocery List Toppers Are Gaining Popularity in Chemistry Labs, Coming Soon to a Computer Near You: Smart Space Technology, Cop Cars Measure Up with New AutoBid Software from NIST, Controlling the Future of the Semiconductor Industry, Spark Detector Helps Predict Breakdowns
  • May 1999 --NIST Tells Time--6.5 Million Times a Day, Speeders Beware: New Radar Harder to Elude, If You Design It Well, They Will Come, NIST Software Is Tops at the Earth's Bottom, Polyester: You've Come a Long Way Baby, Predicting Pollution's Potential
  • April 1999 --Measure Mercury More Accurately with New Mussel Tissue Standard, Modeling Soldering: Scientists Tackle Tiny Trouble Spots, Molding the Future of Auto Bodies, Innovative Concept May Solve Composites Problem, Partners Pave Way for Advanced Space Observatories, Mini CAT Scans Check Out Circuits
  • March 1999 --NIST Improves Accuracy of Radioactive Prostate Seeds, Charters of Freedom Slated for Move to Improved Cases, Hacker Attacks Increasing with Easy-to-Use Internet Programs, Ceramic Coatings Offer Promise of Superior Engines, Get Ready for the mebi, gibi and tebi, Genetic Bar Coding Speeds DNA Testing
  • February 1999 --Tracking Construction Projects with Lasers Could Save Time and Money, New Method Lets Pig Clean Out Natural Gas Pipeline, NIST Produces New 'Internet in a Box', 'Giant Magnetoresistance' Coming to a Sensor Near You, Scientists Find New Use for Imaging Technique, Special NIST Offer--Titanic Video--Not Available in Stores
  • January 1999 -- New Software Could Send Cost of Bridges Falling Down, NIST Develops Oxygen Liquefier Technology for Use on Mars, When the Dust Settles, New NIST Standard is Tops, Prolific NIST Researcher Crosses Scientific Boundaries, New Precision Manufacturing Technology Has Magnetic Personality, New Data Support Theory About Titanic Rivets
  • December 1998-- Leap Second Scheduled for New Year's Eve, NIST Scientists Study High-Strength Concrete Failure in Fires, Want Your Medications Scrambled or Over Easy?, Is it Half Enough? NIST Measures Titantium-44 Half-Life, New Devices Might Bring Giant Advances, Do As the Romans Do ... or Don't ?
  • November 1998 -- Silicon Carbide Smokes from Sandpaper to Stadium Displays, NIST Image Gallery Offers Colorful View of Microscopic World, Future Factories May Use 'Plug and Play' Systems, Technique May Help Industry Make Even Smaller Transistors, New Instrument to Help Prevent Soggy 'Chips', CDI Seals Up Profits with MEP Center's Help
  • October 1998 --NIST Sponsors Historic Data Scrambling Battle, NIST Pioneers Testing of Smart Smoke Alarms, Polymers Could Be Key Ingredient for Advanced Microchips, NIST Robot Crane Soon May Weld the 'Hull' Thing, Scientists Go to New Heights for Better Radiation Detectors, Excalibur USA Cuts Inefficiency, Improves Productivity 63%
  • September 1998 -- NIST Develops Instruments to Measure Rail Wheel Stress, NIST Writes the Next Chapter in Book Publishing, New Enzyme Structure Like Solving 30,000-Piece 3-D Puzzle, NIST Aims to Create THE Standard Bullet, Eyeball-Like Lens Systems May Improve Future Cameras, Tiny Particles Offer Big Benefits in Growing Market
  • August 1998 -- Engineers Are Working Toward Designing A Better Handcuff, 'DNA Chips' and Tiny Tubes Make Genetic Studies Practical, NIST Software Makes Remote Computing a Snap, New Technique Helps Manufacturers Cast Better Dies, New Web Museum Exhibit Describes History of the Meter, No More Yucky Chemical Build Up
  • July 1998 -- Measuring Mass: NIST Scientists Tackle Kilogram Problem, Shedding Light on Chilling Out, Super Insulation Keeps Its Cool, Outside Help for Deficient Bone Marrow Cells, NIST Helps to Answer a Siren's Call for Standards, Hands-On Help Puts Small Company in the Spotlight
  • June 1998 -- Cops and Docs Find Evidence in the Other DNA , Less Shaking and Rattling on the Road, 'Catching the Wave' May Lead to More Solid Foundations, Chemists Help Achieve 'Artificial Photosynthesis', Wheelchair Company Rockets to Success with Center's Help, When at First You Don't Succeed, Try Again
  • May 1998 -- Tiny Bubbles May Be Key to Future Electronics NIST Helps Slice Year 2000 Problems Down to Size, Nanowired! NIST Makes New Nanostructures,  NIST Helps Wring Water Out of Walls Before They're Built, New Testbed Aims to Be Dimensionally Correct, New NIST Video Shows Hot Research on Cold Atoms
  • April 1998 -- Scientists Working on Cold Probe for a Warm Heart, Aircraft Safety Measures Include Efforts to End False Fire Alarms, Measurements Go 'Down the Tubes', Composites Finally Get Some Respect, Economically Speaking, Global Network Technologies Meet the Red Brick School House, Hot Off the Press! Get Your Metric Poster Here!
  • March 1998 -- 'Book 'em Nano !', NIST Makes Sure Windows in Space Are Reliable, Oh Baby! New Food Standards Improves Nutrition Labeling, Where There's Fire, There's Smoke, Babe and Friends Miss Cookies, Company Profits, Extremely Cold Refrigerator Goes on Next Space Shuttle
  • February 1998-- Atomic Clock in Space Will Raise Accuracy to New Heights, NIST Helps Light the Way to Safer Flying, Research Yields a Cool 433 Percent, Researchers Seek Greenhouse Gas Substitutes, Tiny Portals Could Open New Way to Sequence DNA, Even Packaging Needs Packaging
  • January 1998--Physicists Probe Puzzles of Heavy Metal Stars, Dental Drilling Can Be Enough to Make a Tooth Crack, Interest Heats Up for Photovoltaic Water Heater, All Aboard! NIST Takes a New Look at Train Fire Safety, New Material Likes the Layered Look, New Web site Shows How NIST Is in Your City Every Day
  • November 1997--Really Cool Laser Experiments Net NIST Physicist Nobel Prize... Please Pass the DNA Chips... Chemical Needles in a Haystack? Here's a 'Solution' Solution... NIST Marks 10 Years of Finding New Refrigerant Fluids... Fire Alarm System to Pack a Wallop... NIST Nanotechnologists to Get a 'Grip'
  • September 1997--The Quietest Place on Earth... Rounding (Up) the (DNA) Bases in Record Time... Fire Research Tackles Perils of New Firefighter Technology... Cube-Shaped Carbon Molecules Don't Stack Up... Cholesterol Tests Are Much More Accurate Thanks to NIST... Agencies Cooperate to Boost Quality of Implant Materials