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The role of metrology in improving reproducibility in research
The role of metrology in improving reproducibility consists of three short seminars:

The Measure of All Things, by Prof. Richard Brown, will explain how metrology, the science of measurement, assures confidence in billions of physical measurements are made and used every day to support industry, trade, innovation and health – in fact just about all of human life – and how the system of measurements we rely on for physical measurements recently underwent fundamental change.

Reproducibility in Research & Development, by Prof. Ian Gilmore, will focus on the role of metrology in research and development.

Digital Approaches to Improve Reproducibility, by Louise Wright, will give a short overview of how digital approaches can help to improve reproducibility.

Speakers:

Professor Richard Brown is the Head of Metrology at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL).

Professor Ian Gilmore is Head of Science at NPL.

Louise Wright is the Head of Digital Metrology and the Head of Science for Data Science at NPL.

Schedule (GMT+1 / BST)

13:00 - Introduction to NPL and the session, Ian Gilmore

13:05 - The Measure of All Things, Richard Brown

13:40 - 5 minute break

13:45 - Reproducibility in Research & Development, Ian Gilmore

14:20 - 5 minute break

14:25 - Digital Approaches to Improve Reproducibility, Louise Wright

14:45 - Q&A

15:00 - Workshop close

Oct 6, 2021 01:00 PM in London

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