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Projects/Programs

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Theory of Transport in Graphene

Graphene, a single layer of carbon atoms, is one of the most likely materials to produce the next breakthrough in the electronics industry. Ideal graphene has

Thermal Noise Metrology

This project develops methods for very accurate measurements of thermal noise and provides support for such measurements in the communications and electronics

Thermodynamics of ATP in Solution

Quantum chemical calculations have proven to be a reliable tool for the prediction of thermodynamics quantities, particularly for smaller organic species.

Thermometry

The NIST Thermodynamic Metrology Group maintains and develops national standards of temperature (in the range 0.65 K to 1235 K), and supports calibration of all

Thin Film Electronics

The Thin Film Electronics Project develops rigorous measurements and methodology needed for continued U.S. leadership in manufacturing and innovation of

Tissue Engineering

Our goal is to develop reliable tools and standards for measuring the properties of cells, biomaterials, scaffolds and tissue-engineered constructs. As

Towards a Neutron Microscope

A novel neutron lens based on reflection has recently been developed that could greatly benefit neutron imaging and other neutron scattering techniques.

Trace Contraband Detection

This multi-faceted program includes a comprehensive metrology and standards infrastructure to support validation, calibration and optimization of existing

Transient Flow Facility

Today, demonstration vehicles are refueled with hydrogen from dispensers within 3 to 5 minutes using sequential gas releases from a bank of pressurized