The submission for abstracts of the 5th edition of the international MATHMET conference, that will take place at ENSAM (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers) in Paris, France, from November 2 to 4, 2022, is now open.
From 17 to 20 May 2022, LNE had a stand at the Measurement World/GAS ANALYSIS exhibition held as part of the “Global Industrie” event. The exhibition was attended by many key participants in the gas analysis sector, including ...
This European partnership aims to develop a new generation of chemical risk assessment, integrating both human health and the environment in a "One Health" approach. It will contribute to supporting the European Union's chemicals ...
Discovered in the first half of the 20th century, quantum physics, the science of atoms and elementary particles, has never ceased to surprise and amaze physicists by its disconcerting nature. Today, it is in the process of being 'domesticated' and offers the promise of a technological revolution, the first benefits of which are beginning to spread outside the fundamental research laboratories.
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Since its founding in 1901, LNE has deployed its human and technical resources in the quest of developing increasingly more reliable and accurate measurement capacities. The Laboratory's works, renowned expertise and scientific excellence, all applied to overcome complex challenges, carry authoritative weight in industrial fields as well as among institutions and the public sector, which benefit from its guidance and solutions. LNE's dedication to areas affecting large population segments on a daily basis justifies its status as a leading actor in continuously enhancing companies' competitiveness and innovation while promoting a safer and more responsible society.