博客 - Analysis for Innovators is back! The latest round of the A4I programme from Innovate UK and its partners (LGC, NPL, NEL, & STFC) has now opened, with up to £3M available in total for Round 3.
博客 - LGC, in our role as the UK National Measurement Laboratory, partnered with Innovate UK to launch a new funding programme 'Analysis for Innovators' (A4I) last year.
博客 - We have partnered with Dr Rachel Carling and the NHS England as part of the CSO’s Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP), a programme that teams up leaders in healthcare with the UK National Measurement System’s labs to solve measurement challenges in their fields.
博客 - LGC is helping to ensure that research into a cure for HIV is based on sound fundamental measurements.
博客 - This Sunday, 20th May, is World Metrology Day, the birthday of the signing of the Metre Convention of 20 May 1875 (and pretty much the best day of the year for measurement scientists like us).
博客 - The UK was one of the pioneers within the global measurement community to recognise the need to address the new and developing challenges of measurement across chemistry and biology.
博客 - Honey is known to have multiple health and nutritional benefits and is in high demand among consumers. However, due to the declining numbers of bees, the impact of weather conditions on supply and the high costs production, honey is expensive, which makes it a prime target for economically-motivated food fraud.
博客 - Through the Analysis for Innovators (A4I) partnership, the Coconut Collaborative had access to innovative and advanced measurement and analytical technologies at both the National Measurement Laboratory (NML) and the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) to assess the feasibility of developing an approach to detect rancid coconut cream
博客 - Today is Mole Day, chemists’ #1 holiday! Mole Day occurs every year on October 23 from 6:02am to 6:02pm to commemorate Avogadro’s Number and the basic measuring unit of chemistry, the mole.
博客 - The redefinition of the International System of Units enacted on the 16 November 2018 during the General Conference for Weights and Measures will mean that the SI units will no longer be based on any physical objects, but instead derived through fundamental properties of nature.