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New international standard for descriptive metadata launched

A new international standard for descriptive metadata has been published by the International Standards Organizations (ISO), seeking to harmonize the approach adopted by different industries globally.

New international standard to reduce cyber-attacks on machinery

Smart industry requires smart machinery and technology. Cyberattacks pose a risk to such systems, not only in terms of the Internet of Things but to individual machines. A new standard aims to provide guidance.

Japan's nuclear authority to address deficiencies in IAEA report

Tokyo - Japan's Nuclear Regulatory Authority announced on Monday they would be revising some laws and nearly doubling their inspection staff, as well as sending some employees to the U.S. for further training in response to deficiencies found by the IAEA.

Op-Ed: Obama Shows Two Sides In Nobel Speech

United States President Obama in his acceptance speech today in Oslo at times demonstrated a peaceful approach and then flipped to a more forceful position.

Atomic weights to be standard measurements: US remains in Stone Age

The kilogram, which is becoming the standard measurement of weight, globally, is, believe it or not, based on a bar of platinum-iridium kept in a vault in Paris. It’s the only standard measurement on Earth still defined by a physical object.

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