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Projects/Programs

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Recent Graduate Program

Recent Graduate Program About the Program: The Recent Graduates Program affords developmental experiences in the Federal Government intended to promote possible

Reflectance Measurements of Human Skin

The purpose of this human subjects study is to collect high-quality measurements of the reflectance spectrum of human skin and assess the variability across the

Refrigerants and Working Fluids

The conversion of primary energy (e.g. heat generated by the combustion of a fuel) into useful work most often involves a working fluid operating in a

Remote Sensing Laboratory

The Remote Sensing Laboratory comprises spectral radiance and irradiance sources, filter and hyperspectral radiometers, and an environmental chamber that are

Renewable Energy and Fuels

Energy is one of the most critical problems facing the United States, with technical, economic, and public policy aspects. Our group develops state-of-the-art

Research on Statistical Methods Project

Since the formation of the Statistical Engineering Division in 1947, division staff, through their interdisciplinary research with NIST scientists and engineers

Residential Fire Safety Innovation

Residential fire losses substantially dominate the total fire losses in the U.S. accounting for 83% of the 2855 deaths, 78% or the 16500 injuries, and 58% of

Roadmapping R&D

The Public Safety community is in a period of great technological transition. As their communications technology migrates from disparate Land Mobile Radio (LMR)

Robocrane

(Concluded)The RoboCrane design utilizes the basic idea of the Stewart Platform parallel link manipulator. The unique feature of the NIST approach is the use of