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Dynamic light scattering distributions by any means

May 21, 2021
Natalia Farkas, John A. Kramar
Dynamic light scattering (DLS) is an essential technique for nanoparticle size analysis and has been employed extensively for decades, but despite its long history and popularity, the choice of weighting and mean of the size distribution often appears to

Multiplatform Standards and Guidelines Publishing at NIST

May 20, 2021
Kathryn Miller
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is a nonregulatory agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce. One of the agency's responsibilities is to develop industry standards and guidelines, which are published as NIST Technical Series publications

Guidance for NIST Staff on Using Inclusive Language in Documentary Standards

April 29, 2021
Kathryn Miller, David Alderman, Lisa Carnahan, Lidong Chen, James Foti, Barbara Goldstein, Michael Hogan, Jennifer Marshall, Karen Reczek, Nathalie Rioux, Mary Theofanos, David Wollman
This document provides guidance to NIST staff regarding the use of inclusive language in documentary standards and documents which support the realization and dissemination of physical standards; Standards Developing Organizations' (SDOs) policies and

Biobanking in the COVID-19 Era and Beyond: Part 1. How Early Experiences can Translate into Actionable Wisdom

March 26, 2021
Clare M. Allocca, Marianna J. Bledsoe, Monique Albert, Sergey Anisimov, Elena Bravo, Marta Castelhano, Yehudit Cohen, Mieke DeWilde, Koh Furuta, Zisis Kozlakidis, Dunja Martin, Anabela Martins, Helen Morrin, Shannon McCall, Rebecca Pugh
The era of COVID-19 has brought about a number of novel challenges for the global biobanking community. To better position the biobanking community to cope with current and future challenges, the International Society for Biological and Environmental

Biobanking in the COVID-19 Era and Beyond: Part 2. A Set of Tool Implementation Case Studies

March 26, 2021
Clare M. Allocca, Emma Snapes, Monique Albert, Marianna J. Bledsoe, Marta Castelhano, Mieke DeWilde, Koh Furuta, Zisis Kozlakidis, Dunja Martin, Anabela Martins, Shannon McCall, Brent Schacter
The COVID-19 era has brought about a number of novel challenges for the global biobanking community. An array of diverse tools exists to support quality and fitness-for-purpose in biobank operations. The International Society for Biological and

Accelerating Innovation and Commercialization Through Standardization of Microfluidic-Based Medical Devices

January 5, 2021
Darwin R. Reyes-Hernandez, Henne van Heeren, Suvajyoti Guha, Luke Herbertson, Alexios P. Tzannis, Jens Ducr?e, Hugo Bissig, Holger Becker
The microfluidics industry has grown steadily over the last 5 years worldwide, with the market for microfluidic medical devices experiencing a compound growth rate of 18%. The number of submissions to regulatory agencies such as the U.S. Food & Drug

Calibration Procedures for Orthogonal Superposition Rheology

November 18, 2020
Ran Tao, Aaron M. Forster
Orthogonal superposition (OSP) rheology is an advanced rheological technique that involves superimposing a small-amplitude oscillatory shear deformation orthogonal to a primary shear flow. This technique allows the measurement of structural dynamics of

Standard Connections for IIoT Empowered Smart Manufacturing

September 12, 2020
Yan Lu, Paul W. Witherell, Albert W. Jones
The use of Industrial Internet-of-Things (IIoT) and related technology promises to transform manufacturing to the fourth Industry revolution era essentialized by "ubiquitous connectivity." IIoT allows new and unprecedented interactions amongst hardware

Election Event Logging Common Data Format Specification

April 9, 2020
John P. Wack
This publication describes an election event logging common data format specification for devices used in U.S. elections such as optical scanners, election management systems, and polling place devices. The data logged generally contains information about

The IEEE TC-10 Standards: Update 2019

February 28, 2020
Nicholas G. Paulter Jr., Sergio Rapuano, Luca De Vito, John R. Jendzurski, W. B. Boyer, S. J. Tilden
There is a global need to standardize the terms and the test and computational methods that are used to describe and/or measure the parameters that characterize and define the performance of devices that generate signals and subsequently measure and

Bridging communities in the field of nanomedicine

April 30, 2019
Blanka Halamoda-Kenzaoui, Simon Baconnier, Thierry Bastogne, Didier Bazile, Patrick Boisseau, Gerrit Borchard, Sven E. Borgos, Luigi Calzolai, Karin Cederbrant, Gabriella di Felice, Tiziana Di Francesco, Marina Dobrovolskaia, Rog?rio Gaspar, Bel?n Gracia, Vincent A. Hackley, Lada Leyens, Neill Liptrott, Margriet Park, Anil Patri, Gert Roebben, Matthias Roesslein, Ren? Th?rmer, Patricia Urb?n L?pez, Val?rie Zuang, Susanne Bremer-Hoffmann
The workshop "Bridging communities in the field of nanomedicine" was hosted by the European Commission Joint Research Centre on 27-28 September 2017. It gathered experts from regulatory bodies, research institutions and industry to discuss the main
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