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FAQs - Genome in a Bottle

Frequently Asked Questions about the Genome in a Bottle Consortium, NIST's human genome reference materials, and data resources

Genome in a Bottle

Consortium hosted by NIST and JIMB dedicated to authoritative characterization of benchmark human genomes. Sign up for General GIAB and Analysis Team email

High-Dose Dosimetry

The activities described here support the application of high-dose, high-energy ionizing radiation for a variety of industrial processes. Radiation-induced

Nanocalorimetry Measurements

Nanocalorimetry provides a capability to measure the thermal properties of very small samples and at very fast rates. Materials and interfaces of interest

NIST Flow Cytometry Lab

Our experienced staff leverage the latest cytometry technologies to develop innovative flow cytometry measurement solutions, standards, and reference materials

Optical medical imaging

The Optical Medical Imaging project was established to advance the application of optical imaging in surgical, clinical, and medical practices. Our goal is to

Performance Metrics for Proteomics

In collaboration with the National Cancer Institute's Clinical Proteomic Technologies for Cancer (CPTC), NIST researchers are developing specific and

Photonic Dosimetry

As part of the NIST on a Chip program, the Photonic Dosimetry project is set to develop in-situ sub-micrometer ionizing-radiation dosimetry and calorimetry