Category Archive: DNA

Oct 14

Standards to foster innovation: the NML at the forefront

Thousands of experts worldwide give significant time and effort each year to develop the voluntary technical agreements that are published as international standards. These standards contain expert knowledge and best practice and have a wide range of applications – from how to produce reference materials, to state-of-the-art methods to monitor heavy metals in air, to …

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Jul 25

Fromelles: The spirit lives

The Battle of Fromelles commenced on 19 July 1916, 19 days after the opening of the Somme campaign on the Western Front. It is a day and a place that is marked by a tragic sacrifice as this day is the bloodiest day of battle in  Australia’s military history. The 5th Australian Division had arrived in …

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Mar 24

Tuberculosis: still stuck in Victorian times?

Surprisingly for what many consider to be a long-dead Victorian disease, tuberculosis (TB) remains a problem in the UK and the message of this World TB Day (24 March 2016) “Unite to End TB” is still relevant. The number of cases within the UK has risen over the last 30 years and, although numbers are now …

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