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Projects/Programs

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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

Computational Chemistry

Ongoing
Ab initio computational chemistry is considered to be one of the holy grails of computational science. The benefits to society range from lighter, stronger

Crystallographic Databases

Ongoing
Components and devices used in a broad spectrum of technology sectors such as health care, communications, energy and electronics are manufactured from

Diffraction Metrology and Standards

Ongoing
Our objective is the development of Standard Reference Materials (SRMs) and quantitative, reproducible, and accurate measurement methods for characterization of

Digital PCR

Ongoing
Digital PCR (dPCR) is a method used to quantify nucleic acids (DNA, RNA, cDNA). At NIST we are using microfluidic and emulsion-based dPCR platforms for

e-Statistics

Ongoing
Develop NIST standard reference tools to implement core statistics and metrology computations.

FAQs - Genome in a Bottle

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

Gas properties for flow metering

Ongoing
Flow meters that rely on measuring the pressure drop across a laminar flow element can be accurately calibrated using a benign surrogate gas (such as helium or

Genome in a Bottle

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

Inorganic Phase Equilibrium Data

Ongoing
Compile and evaluate phase equilibrium data for NIST Standard Reference Database 31 (Phase Equilibria Diagrams); disseminate the data in a readily accessible

Material Qualification

Ongoing
The lack of repeatable process outcomes from additive manufacturing (AM) has been broadly acknowledged as an impediment to widespread implementation. While most