NCSLI Workshop & Symposium, Grapevine Texas, July 19-23, 2015 "Measurement Science and the Quality of Life"

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The “Amazing Stories of Measurement” track of the 2015 NCSL International Workshop & Symposium will bring measurement science experts together in exciting technical areas.

Measurement Science and the Quality of Life

Amazing Stories of Measurement

Join us for the NCSL International Workshop & Symposium in Grapevine, Texas. This year we will feature “Amazing Stories of Measurement” with presentations focused on explaining the science of these issues while also investigating the relevant measurement challenges and solutions. This combination of fascinating science with a measurement perspective should make this an unforgettable series of talks for NCSLI participants.

Featured "Amazing Stories of Measurement" Presentations:

“Forensic DNA Quality and Metrology”
John Butler, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

"Smart Grid Metrology: How Measurements Keep our Society Up and Running"
Dr. Gert Rietveld, Dutch Metrology Institute, The Netherlands

"What’s Your Poison? Addressing the Biotoxin Measurement Challenge"
Pearse McCarron, National Research Council Canada (NRC)

"Ballistics and Impression Evidence: Taking the Guess out of an Identification"
Richard Silver, National Institute of standards and Technology (NIST)

"The Planned Redefinition of the Metric System: Made Easy"
Alan Steele, National Research Council Canada (NRC)
Carl Williams, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Conference Highlights:

NCSL International
2995 Wilderness Place, Suite 107
Boulder, CO 80301

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