The DorobekInsider just blogged about a NIST inventor’s creation of the most accurate clock in the world.
If you are a stickler for time then your in luck.A young scientist at NIST has invented the world’s most precise clock. It’s based on quantum computing research and made out of aluminum.Till Rosenband is a physicist in NIST’s Time and Frequency Division.Now that the project has been successful, he says there are all sorts of applications for it. His office, for instance, can measure the shape of the earth more accurately which, in turn, means technologies like radar could potentially benefit.
And who says government isn’t innovative!?
What’s your favorite government-created gadget?