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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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This will increase the confidence of clinical researchers and the funding bodies in such methods, as well as opening new market opportunities for dosimetry services offered by the National Physics Laboratory (NPL).
He was a pioneer in digital computing, working with mathematician Alan Turing in the UK's National Physics Laboratory.
With the certified lowest calibration uncertainty outside the National Physics Laboratory for temperatures above 500[degrees]C Land is recognized as the industry leader in accuracy.
I graduated from Imperial College with a degree in physics in 1975, then did a joint research program between Imperial College and the National Physics Laboratory in the UK until 1978.
The two-day event featured presentations from BAE (USA), Celestica (Canada), European Space Agency (Netherlands), Micross Components (UK), the National Physics Laboratory (UK), Rolls-Royce (UK), and Uyemura (Japan), as well as Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Loughborough University, Osaka University, Purdue University, and the University of Maryland.
The National Physics Laboratory will be among the first tenants of the new centre, opening an office in Huddersfield later this year.

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