SAIC: From Science to Solutions® Material Measurement Laboratory Homepage. The Material Measurement Laboratory (MML) serves as the national reference laboratory for measurements in the chemical, biological and material sciences through activities ranging from fundamental and applied research, to the development and dissemination of certified reference materials, critically evaluated data, and other programs and tools to assure the quality of measurement results.
MML is also responsible for coordinating the NIST-wide Standard Reference Material and Standard Reference Data programs. To learn more, see What We Do. Homeland Security Research. Recent Product A special edition of EPA's science newsletter View Report Database Now Includes Chemicals (Provisional Advisory Levels) and the Latest on Anthrax Stability Study for Ultra-Dilute Chemical Warfare Agent Standards What is the shelf life of lab standards?
View Report BOTE (Bio-response Operational Testing and Evaluation) Video A multi-agency evaluation of response to a biological incident View Report Detecting Anthrax in Environmental Samples Culture and molecular biology (PCR) analytical methods for decontamination samples View Report About EPA's Homeland Security Research Program EPA's mission of protecting human health and the environment includes working to prevent, prepare for, and recover from terrorist threats and incidents that involve biological, chemical, and radiological agents. Technical Summaries Technical summaries on EPA’s completed homeland security research. Models, Tools and Applications Tools to help prevent, prepare for, or recover from terrorist incidents. Sandia National Laboratories: Securing a peaceful and free world through technology.
MSTC - Microsystems Science, Technology, and Components.