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The Genome Editing Consortium

Genome editing is the manipulation of the genetic material of a living organism by deleting, replacing, or inserting a DNA sequence, typically with the aim of

Winning Numbers

NIST Standard Reference Materials® help people in industry, academia, and government agencies have confidence in their measurements, which is essential to every

True as Steel

NIST helps to ensure the quality of steel, one of the most widely traded commodities on the planet. The Material Measurement Lab at NIST makes certified

A Standard for Standards

A new NIST standard ensures reliably accurate comparisons of measurements of the purity of tens of thousands of organic materials used throughout the world—in

NIST Standard Story: Matters of the Heart

NIST scientists have thoroughly measured and characterized more than 1,300 physical products, NIST Standard Reference Materials ®, to help people in industry

NIST Standard Story: No Humans Were Harmed

NIST scientists have thoroughly measured and characterized more than 1,300 physical products, NIST Standard Reference Materials ®, to help people in industry

A Message from the MML Director

" A Message from the MML Director" appears in each edition of Material Matters, the quarterly magazine of NIST's Material Measurement Lab. This letter from MML

NIST Standard Story: A Fish Story

NIST scientists have thoroughly measured and characterized more than 1,300 physical products, NIST Standard Reference Materials ®, to help people in industry

A Message from the MML Director

" A Message from the MML Director" appears in each edition of Material Matters, the quarterly magazine of NIST's Material Measurement Lab. This letter from