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The Advanced Machinery and Productivity (AMP) Institute receives funding boost

The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has secured £50k early-stage funding for the Advanced Machinery and Productivity (AMP) Institute in Rochdale. The funding has been awarded through the UK’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) Strength in Places Fund (SIPF). Driving innovation for the UK’s advanced machinery manufacturers, the AMP Institute will create the …

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Creating a Standard Light Source for improved temperature measurements on gas turbines

Scientists at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), in collaboration with Sensor Coating Systems (SCS) have successfully developed a standard light source (SLS) for verification of a temperature mapping device. Sensor Coating Systems, looking to reduce the temperature measurement uncertainties of their thermal history technology, approached NPL for help. Their technology consists …

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Massive Analytic and the National Physical Laboratory collaborate in quantum with successful first project

Massive Analytic, a London based artificial intelligence pioneer, and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), the UK’s National Measurement Institute, have now completed their joint InnovateUK Analysis for Innovators project, the “Metrological comparison between a generalised N-dimensional classical and quantum point cloud”. The results of this project have opened avenues for …

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