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Supporting reduced exhaust emissions
To improve public health and environmental quality, the next generation of European emission standards will ensure that vehicles deliver reduced exhaust emissions over their entire life span. EMRP project 'Emerging requirements for measuring pollutants from automotive exhaust emissions' has developed a facility to validate automotive particle emission instruments. A world leader in the field of portable measurement technology used the new facility to assess the performance of an innovative exhaust monitoring instrument, which is enabling customers to demonstrate compliance with these standards.
Job Advertisement: General Secretary of EURAMET e.V.
EURAMET is looking for a General Secretary to develop and implement policies and strategies. read more >>
EMPIR Call 2016: Stage 2 Now Open
EURAMET announces the launch of the Stage 2 EMPIR Call 2016. The call addresses the topic areas Metrology for Energy, Environment, Normative and Research Potential projects. Stage 2 will close on 30 September 2016. Further details >>
EURAMET announcement following UK Referendum on Membership of the EU
In light of recent events EURAMET would like to inform its stakeholders that the result of the UK referendum on membership of the EU does not change eligibility requirements for the 2016 EMPIR Call. Before and during the negotiations on the UK exit, European Union Treaties and law continue to apply to the UK. There is no change to List 1b and legal entities registered in both the UK and Gibraltar remain eligible for funding.
Any further developments will be announced here and on the EMPIR Participant Portal >>
The ozone layer protects humans from the adverse effects of ultraviolet radiation. Careful long-term monitoring of the ozone layer remains crucial to verifying the success of the Montreal Protocol, which regulates against destructive chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs). Two main typ...
Faster, smaller and more energy efficient computing, based on miniature electronic devices, will benefit almost every industrial sector. Recently, materials such as piezoelectrics have been used to develop miniature electronics by allowing the control of properties at the na...
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Junior researcher from EMPIR project (14IND12 Innanopart) receives prize fo...