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Projects/Programs

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Super-Continuum Laser Solar Simulator

This research leverages a new laser technology, the super-continuum laser, to produce a programmable solar simulator that can rapidly configure to match nearly

Surface Roughness

This project involves the measurement of surface roughness, the best statistical way to represent the geometry of roughened surfaces, and research into tying

Surrogate Gas Prediction Model

Develop a proxy model to predict enhancement of C in atmospheric CO2 due to fossil fuel emissions (Cff) based on inexpensive measurements of anthropogenic trace

Surrogate protein particle standards

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

Sustainable Engineered Materials

To develop and deploy measurement science tools that enable the manufacturing, construction, and transportation industries to reliably assess the performance of

Sustainable Manufacturing Program

To support industry's drive to remain globally competitive and maximize innovation, this program will develop and deploy advances in measurement science to

Synchrotron Beamline Operations

Our objective is to ensure that the NIST beamlines U7A, X23A2, and X24A, located at the National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS) at Brookhaven National

Synchrotron X-ray Measurements

Our objective is to provide comprehensive descriptions of the structure of advanced materials and devices by performing synchrotron-based measurements to

Synchrotron X-ray Spectroscopic Imaging

The Spectroscopic Imaging project develops hyperspectral imaging capabilities the probe the chemical, electronic, and physical structure in advanced materials.