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The Ins and Outs of a NIST Patent

Electron or X-Ray Beam Lithography in Liquids Description These days, the fabrication of 2D and 3D structures out of liquid, biocompatible, hydrogel solutions

A Better Way to Measure Acceleration

You’re going at the speed limit down a two-lane road when a car barrels out of a driveway on your right. You slam on the brakes, and within a fraction of a

Getting to Know the PEER Prize Winners

The Bayh-Dole Act, passed in 1980, laid the groundwork for requiring increased reporting from the recipients of federal research and development funds. However

Indigestion? Try Some Ginger

What: SRM 3398 is a ground powder prepared from ginger rhizomes. A unit of SRM 3398 consists of 5 packets of material, each containing approximately 1.6 g of

Are Your Particles Charged?

What: SRMs 1992 and 1993 are new standards developed in a partnership with the European Commission Joint Research Centre to address a critical need for

Focused on the Future of Manufacturing

The Technology Partnerships Office (TPO) at NIST attended and hosted three webinars at this year’s CyberWeek festival, which virtually brought together the

Taking an Innovation from Lab to Market

One of the primary goals of the Technology Partnerships Office (TPO) is to help transfer technologies from the NIST labs to the market to benefit the public and