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The MSA comes of age (by turning 21!)

7 years 6 months ago #31 by Liam Shanahan (Website Admin)
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  • The MSA comes of age (by turning 21!) was created by Liam Shanahan (Website Admin)
    Happy 21st Birthday to the MSA

    If this year wasn't already big enough for the MSA, with our 11th conference shaping up to be a fantastic event in Queenstown NZ in October, it is also 21 years since our first AGM back in 1994. Happy 21st Birthday to the MSA! It's a great time to reflect on how far the MSA has come in meeting our objectives of providing a forum for metrologists and interested people to come together and share knowledge and ideas, and also to promote the value of metrology across various levels of our society.
    Make sure you celebrate with us at the conference , and in the mean time, please post your historic or interesting MSA photos in this thread.

    Here are a few to get it started...

    Early MSA Management Committee (pre 1997)


    MSA97 Conference Committee

    MSA97 Delegates

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    7 years 5 months ago #42 by John Miles


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  • Replied by John Miles on topic The MSA comes of age (by turning 21!)
    Dear Liam,

    Attached is a photo of the very first MSA committee, taken at the formation meeting at the CSIRO Clayton site in 1993.
    From left to right:

    Horst Sieker, Colin Wagg, Jane Warne, John Miles, Barry Inglis, Bob Collins, Ron McBain, Jack Deller, Bill Cerutty.

    Wonderful memories!
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