European Metrology Network to present workshop on energy gases

Workshop for experts and industrial parties in the engery gases area on 22 January 2020, at NPL in Teddington, UK.

The European Metrology Network for Energy Gases has been launched by EURAMET to facilitate the transition to a sustainable energy future, by providing a central point for solving the major measurement challenges.

The workshop will bring together measurement experts and industrial parties to prioritise which measurement challenges in the energy gases area need to be addressed in the short and long-term.


38 new EMPIR projects have started

38 new EMPIR projects from the 2018 call have now started to work on their complex and exciting collaborative research.

The projects will foster international collaboration, drive research excellence, address society’s grand challenges, including health, and contribute to Europe’s economic turnover.

The projects fall into the areas of health, SI broader scope, normative, research potential, support for impact and joint network projects.


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