Results VOC at Pittcon 2019


Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are a group of organic chemicals that have low boiling points and high vapor pressures at ambient conditions.

Nitrogen dioxide


Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) is the air pollutant which has the greatest impact on human health and wellbeing. A major source of NO2 in cities comes from automotive exhausts. These exhaust gases contain NOx, which refers to mainly NO and NO2.

Unit of the month – ampere


Following the recent decision, taken by measurement scientists from around the world, to redefine the International System of Measurement (SI) units, on the 20th of each month we will be looking at one of the seven SI base units.

CIM 2019: call for papers


The International Metrology Congress will be back from 24 to 26 September 2019 in Paris (France), in partnership with the Measurement World Show. This unique event is a launchpad for innovation, and a sharing platform for technical partners, industry, research centers and start-ups.

Four publications in Atmospheric Measurement Techniques


The journal of Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (AMT) recently published 4 articles on the research results of VSL together with other partners. AMT is an open access, scientific journal publishing recent advances in remote sensing and measurement techniques for the Earth's atmosphere.

Let there be time at the end of the tunnel!


Last week, VSL and CGI have connected together with Eurofiber and OPNT a Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) lab in Brussels with the UTC lab of the European Space Agency (ESA) in Noordwijk in order to compare atomic clocks.

Best Young Researcher Award for VSL colleague Jianrong Li


Last week at the 11th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo (Bioenergy-2018) conference held in Berlin our VSL Dutch Metrology Institute colleague Jianrong Li won the Best Young Researcher Award for her presentation on Biogas and Biomethane. Congratulations Jianrong!