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Stronger Roads

A new ASTM standard will ensure the construction of strong and resilient roads by stabilizing surrounding soil and rock with geogrids.... more


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A Reason to Smile

A new ASTM standard makes it easy to find and train people to evaluate the characteristics of toothpaste. ... more


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Controlling the Flow

A proposed ASTM standard will protect children from accidentally ingesting liquids from medicine bottles.... more


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Better Components for Knee Replacement

A proposed ASTM standard will help improve quality of life for knee replacement patients. ... more


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Improving Steel Test Efficiency

Low-alloy steel covered in a proposed ASTM testing standard is used in applications related to transportation, infrastructure and defense.... more


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Smoother Surfaces

A new ASTM standard describes a test that will ensure that highways and airfields are built with long-lasting, durable and smooth surfaces.... more


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Property Management for Subcontractors

A new ASTM standard will be useful to federal agencies, government contractors and other large entities that furnish property for their suppliers.... more


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Gearing up for the Game

When US Lacrosse decided it was time to standardize protective headgear for women's lacrosse players, ASTM was there to help. ... more


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MOUs in Central America

ASTM has memorandums of understanding with the standards bodies of countries that signed the Dominican Republic-Central American Free Trade Agreement.... more


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ASTM Signs MOUs with Two National Standards Bodies

ASTM International has signed two new memorandums of understanding with the national standards bodies of Angola and Barbados: the Angolan Institute of Standardization and Quality (IANORQ) and the Barbados National Standards Institution (BNSI). These MOUs bring the total number of such ASTM partnerships to 94. ... more


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