Morehouse President Co-Hosts Metrology Today's Latest Episode

January 31, 2024

Morehouse President on Metrology Today
Morehouse President Co-hosts Metrology Today

Step into the world of precision and expertise with Season 3 of the Metrology Today Podcast, where Henry Zumbrun, President of Morehouse Instrument Company, takes on the co-host role alongside Ryan Egbert.

In Season 3, Episode 1, Zumbrun joins Egbert to interview Paul Reese.  Reese spent 18 years as a Metrologist working in the Primary Standards Laboratory at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. In 2012, he left the aerospace world and joined the pharmaceutical industry, where he currently manages the Standards & Calibration Laboratory at AbbVie in North Chicago. He has published numerous papers on Measurement Decision Risk and contributed to developing the ANSI Z540.3 Handbook and the ISO 17025 Handbook.

Perfect for industry professionals, calibration customers, quality assurance experts, and curious learners alike, this podcast features interviews with top industry figures. Tune in to explore the intersection of science, precision, and innovation on platforms like PodBean and the Metrology Learning Network on YouTube

Listen to the podcast here:  S3 E1: Paul Reese (Part 1) | Metrology Today Podcast (  or follow on YouTube here:  Metrology Today Podcast S3E1: Paul Reese (Part 1) - YouTube

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The York, PA-based company provides force and torque measurement products and services worldwide.

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Morehouse Instrument Company, a trusted and accredited provider of force and torque measurement services for over 100 years, offers measurement uncertainties 10-50 times lower than the competition.

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