Physicists calculate how to make atomic clocks super-accurate

From PhysOrg.com:

Safronova, an associate professor of physics at UD, and colleagues recently reported on their research, in which they have devised a new calculation to aid ultra-precise timekeeping. Their findings could lead to the development of an atomic clock that loses only a second in about 32 billion years — more than twice the estimated age of the universe.

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