Could clock made from a single atom finally answer the question: What is time?

Clock made from a single atom could lead to precise measurement of time.

Could clock made from a single atom finally answer the question: What is time?

Science Recorder | Mark Petillo | Friday, January 11, 2013

A researcher from the University of California-Berkeley has made a clock from a single atom. Holger Müller, an associate professor of physics at Berkeley, has found a way to tell time by counting the oscillations of a matter wave... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.

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