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Feature: Standards Impact the Forensic Sciences
by John J. Lentini

Feature: Reflections on Standards
by Raymond Kammer

Insight: Coil Coatings Conversion
by David A. Cocuzzi

Users, Designers, and Manufacturers of Treestands Sought
New Research Strategies to Be Explored at Product-
Development Workshop
Data on Stainless Steel Corrosion Sought
Annual Business Meeting to Be Held in May
Expertise Sought to Develop Standard Guide for Measuring
Equipment Used in Remotely Operated Facilities
Manufacturers Sought to Develop Glove-Sizing Standard
Light Microscopy Subcommittee Forms
Round Robin Participation Sought for Thermal Stability
Test Method
Test Method Writing Class Offered at March Committee Week

Global Notebook:
News on Standardization Around the Nation and the World

Society News:
Board Nominations Sought

People--Member Profile: Tony Kylstra

Calendar of ASTM Meetings

Approved ASTM Standards Actions

Copyright 2001, ASTM


Ten years ago, many in the forensic sciences did not consider standardization necessary for their field. Today, Committee E30 on Forensic Sciences has grown to nearly 400 members and has influence in a field that has become increasingly high-profile.


DoD Survey

The Defense Standardization Program (DSP) is gathering data to gauge customer satisfaction with the quality and effectiveness of DSP products and services. A voluntary survey is open to all DoD and private sector personnel involved in standardization, or who use specifications, standards, or other products of the DSP. The survey should only take about 10 minutes to complete, and is accessible now through March 15, 2001. Click here to access the survey form.