Physicists Used Atomic Clocks to Test Einstein’s Theory of Relativity in a 14-Year Experiment
A foundational thought experiment in Einstein’s theory of general relativity just got its most precise confirmation ever by turning the entire Earth into a laboratory.
High Way Patrol
Scientists Are Testing Bomb-Sniffing Technology to Create a Weed Breathalyzer
They totally know, man.
Laser Squeezing Pushes Tiny Metal Plate to New Temperature Low
NIST physicists beat a fundamental quantum limit.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
This morning, the estranged wife of the UCLA gunman has been found dead after police discovered a "kill list," Muhammad Ali has been hospitalized, floods in Paris have shut down the Louvre, and more.
Government Must Prepare for When Quantum Computers Can Crack Its Encryption
The agency says the government must develop encryption strong enough to survive a quantum attack.
Physicists Set a New Fiber-Optic Quantum Teleportation Record
The Quest To Make Molecules Out of Light
Researchers have created a crucial building block for complex photon-based structures. Good news for quantum computing.
Countdown to the Crypto-Apocalypse
The race to update encryption before quantum computing becomes a reality.
Why the Whole World Is Fighting Over the Leap Second
Enjoy today’s leap second, it could be one of our last.
The New Atomic Clock Will Be Accurate for 15 Billion Years
That's almost the age of the universe itself.
According to a NIST Analyst, the Internet of Things Is Indefensible
It's a fundamental issue of complexity.
Calculating the Speed Limit of Quantum Information
NIST scientists offer some disappointing results about quantum computing.