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Projects/Programs

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Audit of EPA Protocol Gas Suppliers

Ongoing
EPA Protocol gas mixture calibration standards are obtained by users to measure emissions of regulated gaseous species to ensure that they comply with US

Automation for Atomistic Simulation

Ongoing
As part of NIST's response to the Materials Genome Initiative (MGI), this project addresses the need for automation for the assembly and distribution of

Automotive Lightweighting

Ongoing
Our objective is to develop the measurement methodology, standards and analysis necessary for the US auto industry and base metal suppliers to transition from a

Autonomous Materials Science

Ongoing
We use autonomous experimentation (the merger of automated synthesis, characterization, AI-driven decision-making) to elucidate the role of composition

Bioimaging

Ongoing
Our goal is to develop methods and materials for imaging-based characterization of molecular signatures that occur during cellular proliferation

Biomanufacturing Initiative

Ongoing
Protein drugs are the top selling pharmaceuticals worldwide, a hundred billion dollar industry, but also the fastest growing category of health care costs. The

Biomaterials for Oral Health

Ongoing
Our goal is to enable the development and manufacturing of biomaterials for oral health moving forward in 21st century by providing critical measurement methods

CALPHAD Data Informatics

Ongoing
The Materials Genome Initiative (MGI) creates a new era of materials innovation that will serve as a foundation for strengthening domestic industries in these

Carbon Nanotube Reference Materials

Ongoing
Single-wall carbon nanotubes are an important class of carbon nanomaterials with significant potential for commercial applications. The National Institute of

Cardiac Device Reliability

Ongoing
The growing sophistication of electronic medical devices results in two broad benefits for both individuals and society: improved survivability in the face of