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The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) announced the launch of NPL Instruments, bringing its measurement instruments closer to industry to improve productivity.
An international research team has demonstrated the capabilities of the Piezoelectric Transistor (PET) as a possible post-CMOS technology.
Researchers demonstrate a non-invasive test that can detect cocaine use through a simple fingerprint, determining whether it has been ingested, not just touched.
A new video explores how corrosion research by the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is informing best practice in the oil and gas industry.
NPL and hydrogen energy system manufacturer, ITM Power are partnering to aid the development of hydrogen production technologies for renewable energy storage.
Scientists at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) have developed a new method for detecting defects in solar cells using a technique called 'compressed sensing'.
The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has launched a new dimensional metrology e-learning course, providing a comprehensive introduction to the subject.
The National Physical Laboratory and The University of Manchester are to collaborate to speed up the application of the world’s thinnest material.
The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has developed a system to provide accurate characterisation of high-speed pressure sensors.
Researchers at the National Physical Laboratory have discovered that the conductivity at the edges of graphene devices is different to the central material.
The National Physical Laboratory has developed a novel optical component for augmented reality devices in partnership with a new British company, TruLife Optics.
The ability to construct biological matter from the molecule up holds promise for technologies that are set to shape the future of materials and medicine.
NPL has started a new strategic research partnership with UCL and MIT focused on haptic-enabled sensing and micro-manipulation of biological self-assembly.
NPL-led consortium sets out to develop and test new measuring instruments for the quantification of fugitive methane emissions from a variety of sources.
The National Physical Laboratory has won a contract worth up to £4.4m to be one of the key providers for the ambitious Sharing in Growth (SiG) programme.