Atomic clock sets record for stability, researchers say

According to a study entitled, "An Atomic Clock with 10−18 Instability," which appears in an August 22 edition of the journal Science Express, two experimental ytterbium atomic clocks at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have set a new record for stability.

asteroid-volcano combo took out dinosaurs

Ever since humanity discovered fossilized dinosaur bones, we've wondered what happened to the giant beasts. Over the years tons of theories have been proposed,...

Egg-sasperated manufacturers to import eggs from seven countries following shortage

The Netherlands will export eggs to the U.S. for the first time since 1987

Nuts revealed as surprising secret to good health, study finds

Nuts and peanuts (but not peanut butter) associated with lower risk of death from many common killers

Heavy coffee drinking linked to higher death risk

It has long been thought that coffee consumption contributes to a variety of chronic health conditions, though research is limited and the results are often controversial.


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