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Note to Readers.

Dear Reader,

I am honored to succeed Barry N. Taylor as Chief Editor of the Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Barry has served the Journal and NIST with distinction both through his encouragement of NIST authors to submit accounts of their excellent work and through the high standards he applied to the daily job of reviewing and improving the manuscripts submitted. Although it has undergone several name changes, the Journal has been in continuous existence since 1904, a few years less than NIST itself. Thanks to Barry and the Board of Editors, I am taking on the job of Chief Editor during an active time in the Journal's history. The excellent collection of fundamental articles in the Centennial Issue, January-February of this year, and the numerous fine manuscripts in the pipeline for current and upcoming issues indicate that the Journal is thriving as the principal publication for archival articles on key NIST measurement results, methods, instruments, and modeling in science, en gineering, and information technology. I will foster important contributions as Barry did and will continue to publicize the whole breadth of activities of our unique institution in the News Briefs.

Theodore Vorburger

Chief Editor
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Publication:Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology
Date:Mar 1, 2001
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