Host Presentations given at the 22nd APLMF Meeting held in Hawaii October 2015.
|Presentation at 22nd Forum - Jeri Kahana- Quality Assurance Division, Hawaii|
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|Presentation at 22nd Forum - Carol Hockert - The Role of NIST in US Legal Metrology, Office of Weights & Measures, Hawaii|
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|Presentation at 22nd Forum - Jerry Buendel - National Conference on Weights and Measures - NCWM and Legal Metrology|
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News, articles, and podcasts on events and information involving Legal Metrology from around the Asia Pacific, and the world.
'Le Grand K' not so grand anymore: Radio New Zealand, 21 October 2015
The definition of a kilogram is likely to change as years of research across the world comes to fruition.
Even More Atomically Accurate: Radio New Zealand 20 August 2015
The importance of very accurate clocks to enable accurate GPS navigation - with A.Prof John McFerran and postdoctoral research associate Stephen Parker, both from the Frequency & Quantum Metrology Research Group at The University of Western Australia.
Better time benefits industry and research: ABC.net.au 29 November 2014
Accurate time keeping is at the heart of financial transactions, GPS and all telecommunications. It is vital for many scientific experiments and for distributed computing. But when accurate time signals are sent by satellite, precision is lost.