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HRH The Duke of Kent visits NPL

HRH The Duke of Kent with NPL's Graham Machin, explaining our current temperature research
HRH The Duke of Kent with NPL's Graham Machin,
explaining our current temperature research

HRH The Duke of Kent visited NPL on Wednesday 18 July, he was accompanied by Paul Kennerley Esq, Deputy Lieutenant for Hounslow and was escorted around by Brian Bowsher, NPL's Managing Director and Sir Peter Williams, NPL's Chairman.

The tour took him to see the Centre for Carbon Measurement and our Earth Observation and Climate Change work; our current Temperature research; NPL's Surface and Nanoanalysis work before the Duke visited NPL's Acoustic chambers. On leaving, The Duke of Kent was presented with an NPL radio-controlled clock, and he then continued his tour by visiting the National Measurement Office.

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Last Updated: 3 Aug 2012
Created: 24 Jul 2012

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