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Projects/Programs

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Photonic Dosimetry

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

Protein rheology measurements

Ongoing
Therapeutic protein solutions are highly concentrated during manufacturing purification processes and in finished dosage. At such concentrations, the fluid

RMAT Laboratory Programs

The NIST Regenerative Medicine and Advanced Therapies (RMAT) laboratory programs are focused on developing innovative measurement assurance solutions and

Surrogate protein particle standards

Ongoing
Protein-based drugs can degrade by aggregation into micrometer-sized particles. Such particles, although only a minute fraction of the total protein, sometimes

Synthetic Biology

Ongoing
Synthetic biology is an essential tool for engineering biology.

U.S. TAG for ISO/TC276: Biotechnology

The primary goal of the US Technical Advisory Group (US TAG) to International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Technical Committee (TC) 276 Biotechnology

Tissue Engineering Measurands

Ongoing
Cell viability is often measured as a quality metric of tissue engineered medical products. However, there are a number of inherent assumptions about cell

WG1 Terminology

Ongoing
Working Group 1 will work on identification of currently used national and international standards, guidelines and other relevant documents, as well as terms

WG3 Analytical Methods

Ongoing
The ISO/TC 276/WG 3 Analytical methods aims to develop standards for accurate, reproducible and robust measurement and analysis in support of biotechnology.WG 3

WG4 Bioprocessing

Ongoing
Within bioprocessing, Working Group 4 has currently identified standardization needs in four major technology spaces: 1) component materials control; 2)