Latest Level of measurement Stories

2012-02-11 08:00:00

Escali's product line is widely recognized for precision measurement, smart styling, useful features and exceptional value, with all of the scale models they manufacture being multifunctional and providing information in a choice of standard or metric formats. All of their scales are tested by rigid military measurement standards and their professional line includes NSF-approved models. Elberton. GA (PRWEB) February 11, 2012 Rehabmart.com, an online e-commerce company that sells...

2011-06-14 08:00:00

LISBON, Portugal, June 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Developing global standards for social media measurement, further education of the PR profession, and new work on public relations' ROI emerged as the top priorities by delegates at the Third European Summit on Measurement in Lisbon last week. Measurement professionals, PR agencies and clients from 33 countries attended the Lisbon Summit to chart a course for the future of public relations research, measurement and evaluation in a session...

2010-10-24 00:14:28

The US Patent Office has awarded a patent to RNK Products, Inc. for its high capacity SC-2 "step-ON" telehealth weight scale. Rockledge, FL (PRWEB) October 22, 2010 The US Patent Office has awarded a patent to RNK Products, Inc. for its high capacity (440 lbs) SC-2 "step-ON" telehealth weight scale. The patent covers an economical and reliable means to turn the battery operated SC-2 scale ON and automatically take a weight measurement just by stepping on the scale. Other battery operated...

2005-06-16 22:35:00

Straight edges, good. Wavy edges, bad. This simple description holds true whether you are painting the living room or manufacturing nanoscale circuit features. In a technical paper* published in June, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and SEMATECH describe an improved method for determining nanoscale "linewidth roughness," an important quality control factor in semiconductor fabrication. Their research shows that current industry measurement methods may...

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