博客 - Each month we are bringing you a blog post featuring one of the units of the SI. This month we are focusing on the kelvin, the SI base unit for thermodynamic temperature.
博客 - Each month we are posting a blog focusing on one of the seven SI base units. This month we are taking a peak at the redefinition of the second.
博客 - In 2019, the ampere – the SI base unit of electric current – will be undergoing some “electrifying ” changes.
博客 - Since the late 19th century, the kilogram has been defined by the official artefact. However, despite being undeniably valuable, this artefact has been shown to have changed over its century-long life.
博客 - In the absence of a cure for Parkinson’s, patients themselves have identified improved management of stress and anxiety as the second highest priority for unmet research needs to improve their quality of life. Measuring cortisol has been suggested as a potential alternative and objective way to measure stress
博客 - This month we are focusing on a unit that has particular significance to chemists and therefore, our scientists at the UK National Measurement Laboratory at LGC: the mole, the unit used to measure the (usually very large) number of things, usually atoms or molecules
博客 - At the National Measurement Laboratory for chemical and biomeasurement, we are celebrating a momentous achievement this World Metrology Day – a day dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of measurement for life as we know it
博客 - LGC’s Denise O’Sullivan, Science Leader in Infectious Diseases within the UK National Measurement Laboratory, recently spoke with Genetic Engineering News on the latest episode of their podcast, GENcast, to discuss the role of the microbiome in human health.
博客 - The National Measurement Laboratory (NML) at LGC recently opened a new DNA Measurement Laboratory. The event was officiated by Professor Dame Sue Hill, the Chief Scientific Officer for NHS England, and was attended by the Rt Hon Sir Vince Cable and stakeholders from across the life sciences and health sector