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About us

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The National Measurement Institute (NMI), a division within the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science is Australia's peak measurement body responsible for biological, chemical, legal, physical and trade measurement.

What we do

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Our vision

Our vision is to provide measurement policy, science and regulation that underpins the economy and well-being of Australia.
 

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Products and Services

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NMI's broad suite of measurement expertise is available to government, industry and the community through a wide variety of services delivered by our laboratories across Australia.

 

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Science and Technology

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NMI offers a broad range of scientific and technical capabilities that address all sectors of measurement at the highest levels of precision and integrity.

 

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Industry and Trade

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Trade measurement refers to all transactions in which the price of the commodities or goods is based on measurement of quantity or quality. The primary purpose of a trade measurement system in Australia is to ensure that the pricing of traded goods is based on accurate measurement.

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