National Physical Laboratory


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National Physical Laboratory

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(General Physics) a UK establishment founded in 1900 at Teddington to carry out research in physics and monitor standards of measurement. Abbreviation: NPL
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Address : National Physical Laboratory, Hampton Road
For example, they will research antennae at the HQ of Munichbased Rohde & Schwarz - leading manufacturers of information and communications technology products - and will train in metrology at the UK's National Physical Laboratory.
The laser is based on a rigidly mounted 5cm cubic cavity, developed with the National Physical Laboratory, which offers the lowest vibration sensitivity reported for an optical cavity.
MARTIN WICKHAM is a consultant at the National Physical Laboratory (npl.co.uk); martin.
New Delhi [India], July 19 ( ANI ): The Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) - National Physical Laboratory (NPL) signed a MoU with Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) for indigenous development of petroleum certified reference materials (CRMs) under trade name of Bhartiya Niredeshak Dravyas (BNDTM).
After the war, Turing worked at the National Physical Laboratory where he designed one of the very first computers.
The card, created by the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), the UK's national measurement standards laboratory, measures 15 x 20 micrometers.
A group of researchers from the National Physical Laboratory, the Toronto Stock Exchange (TMX), and UK-based consultancy Z/Yen have brought atomic clock timestamp precision to stock market trading over a blockchain-style database.
As an 18-year-old engineer-to-be, in 1956 I was working at the National Physical Laboratory in Teddington.
Greatly revered the world over in the field of science and engineering, the UK's National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has a history of more than a century delving into the depths of mathematics, physics and materials science.
Victoria joins Gambica from the National Physical laboratory (NPL) where she was a senior project manager working with the Engineering Measurement team.
The compound developed by the National Physical Laboratory scientists was isolated from the active ingredient in breast milk, which has been known for decades to have a natural but weak antibiotic action.

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