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Suspected Meth Lab Explodes In U.S. Government Building
The Government Wants An Algorithm That Detects Criminals’ Tattoos
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NIST Posts Adjusted Values of the Physical Constants, Tweaking Gravity to Make Science More Precise
Artificial ‘Honey Pot’ Cells Lure Deadly Viruses, Then Deactivate Them
Abandoning One of its Founding Functions, NIST Will No Longer Calibrate Mercury Thermometers
Where International Standard Units Come From, Part Two: The Second
It’s a Trap! Atom Corral Is a Major Step Toward Quantum Computing
In a Teeny Landslide, Team Zurich Sweeps Nanosoccer Finals
Gallery: Nanosoccer 2009