Research could lead to extremely accurate timekeeper
Nina Heinig of the Waterloo Advanced Technology Laboratory (WATLab) in Canada discusses the centre’s materials characterization and fabrication services
This podcast features the nuclear physicist Sandro Kraemer
Queensgate is betting its portfolio of nanopositioning stages will yield game-changing performance gains
A co-ordinated measurement system is one of humanity’s greatest achievements – we must stick with it
Steven Judge argues that it would be wrong for countries to revert to imperial measures
In this podcast we chat about comparing atomic clocks and plans for a free electron laser
From synchrotron light sources to long-term space missions, nanopositioning specialist Queensgate is eyeing niche markets and extreme operating conditions for its NC series of nanosensors
New work could be important for basic physics studies while helping set higher standards for metrology, navigation and positioning
Nanopositioning specialist Queensgate and the UK’s National Physical Laboratory (NPL) have forged a productive collaboration yielding a good-practice implementation model for Queensgate’s in-house...
Experiments could lead to "relativistic geodesy"