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With the redefinition of the SI units, 2018 has been an exciting year for the metrology community. It's been fantastic to see so many people interested in measurement science, and so many of you sharing your research and passion with the wider world! We hope this will continue into 2019.
We'd also like to say thank you to our members, friends, partners, and stakeholders for all your hard work and support throughout 2018. It has been a year full of successful events, scientific achievements, and thriving collaborations.
We hope you and your families have festive and relaxing holidays, and wish you a very happy New Year.
Your EURAMET community.
The latest version of our newsletter is now available providing an overview on selected highlights of 2018 and an outlook to 2019.
As well as the SI redefinition, 2018 has seen the implementation of the European Metrology Networks (EMNs), structures which will help to ensure Europe continues to provide world-leading metrology capabilities by promoting and facilitating cooperation across NMIs, DIs, industry, and all important stakeholders.
Those are just a few highlights. It has been fantastic to see all the incredible things EURAMET has achieved together with its members and partners over the year - we hope you enjoy reading about some of them in our yearly round-up newsletter issue 14 >>
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Project information and links published in the current issue of the EURAMET newsletter are correct to the best of EURAMET's knowledge and in accordance with the current state of the art. EURAMET cannot be held responsible for the sufficiency or fitness for purpose of any information.The technologies presented in this newsletter may be covered by intellectual property rights.