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12/10/14
  • New time stamp service

  • 11/24/14
  • Magnetometer Deemed Attractive

  • 08/11/14
  • NIST Therapy for Ultraviolet Laser Beams: Hydrogen-treated Fibers

  • 08/06/14
  • NIST Ion Duet Offers Tunable Module for Quantum Simulator

  • 07/22/14
  • 'Comb on a Chip' Powers New NIST/Caltech Atomic Clock Design

  • 05/20/14
  • NIST Chip Produces and Detects Specialized Gas for Biomedical Analysis

  • 04/02/14
  • NIST Launches a New U.S. Time Standard: NIST-F2 Atomic Clock

  • 02/04/14
  • A New Era for Atomic Clocks

  • 11/25/13
  • NIST Demonstrates How Losing Information Can Benefit Quantum Computing

  • 11/05/13
  • NIST’s New Compact Atomic Clock Design Uses Cold Atoms to Boost Precision

  • 08/22/13
  • NIST Ytterbium Atomic Clocks Set Record for Stability

  • 07/11/13
  • NIST Shows How to Make a Compact Frequency Comb in Minutes

  • 06/25/13
  • Time to Celebrate: NIST Radio Station WWVB Logs 50 Years of Innovation

  • 05/28/13
  • NIST Scientists Win 2014 Rank Prizes for Chip-Scale Atomic Clock

  • 03/05/13
  • New NIST Time Code to Boost Reception for Radio-Controlled Clocks

  • 10/16/12
  • NIST Researcher David Wineland Wins 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics

  • 10/09/12
  • Congratulations to David Wineland! 2012 Nobel Laureate in Physics

  • 08/08/12
  • NIST's Speedy Ions Could Add Zip to Quantum Computers

  • 04/25/12
  • NIST Physicists Benchmark Quantum Simulator with Hundreds of Qubits

  • 04/19/12
  • NIST Mini-sensor Measures Magnetic Activity in Human Brain

  • 03/06/12
  • NIST/CU 'Star Comb' Joins Quest for Earthlike Planets

  • 02/22/12
  • Argon Cleaning Helps Trapped Ions Chill Out

  • 10/25/11
  • Future 'Comb on a Chip': NIST's Compact Frequency Comb Could Go Places

  • 08/30/11
  • NIST Achieves Record-Low Error Rate for Quantum Information Processing with One Qubit

  • 08/16/11
  • NIST Demonstrates First Quantum 'Entanglement' of Ions Using Microwaves

  • 08/10/11
  • NIST Physicists 'Entangle' Two Atoms Using Microwaves for the First Time

  • 06/27/11
  • A Quiet Phase: NIST Optical Tools Produce Ultra-low-noise Microwave Signals

  • 05/10/11
  • Drive Test: NIST Super-stable Laser Shines in Minivan Experiment

  • 03/01/11
  • NIST 'Quantum Tuning Forks' Demonstrate Directly Coupling of Vibrating Ions

  • 02/23/11
  • Quantum Hot Potato: NIST Researchers Entice Two Atoms to Swap Smallest Energy Units

  • 02/15/11
  • Here Comes the Sun: NIST Radio Station WWVH in Hawaii Adds Solar Power

  • 01/05/11
  • New Time Widget Puts Accurate Clocks on Web Pages

  • 10/13/10
  • NIST Mini-Sensor Traces Faint Magnetic Signature of Human Heartbeat

  • 09/28/10
  • NIST Clock Experiment Demonstrates That Your Head is Older Than Your Feet

  • 08/31/10
  • Glasperlenspiel: NIST Scientists Propose New Test for Gravity

  • Yikes! NIST Sensor Measures Yoctonewton Forces Fast

  • 07/06/10
  • Novel Ion Trap with Optical Fiber Could Link Atoms and Light in Quantum Networks

  • 05/25/10
  • Time Is Money: SIM Time Network Has Far-Reaching Benefits

  • 03/30/10
  • Good Times! Get to Know Your Radio-Controlled Clock

  • NIST Racetrack Ion Trap is a Contender in Quantum Computing Quest

  • 02/16/10
  • NIST’s Second 'Quantum Logic Clock' is Now World’s Most Precise Clock

  • 02/04/10
  • NIST's Second 'Quantum Logic Clock Based on Aluminum Ion is Now World's Most Precise Clock

  • 11/17/09
  • NIST Demonstrates 'Universal' Programmable Quantum Processor

  • 11/16/09
  • NIST Demonstrates 'Universal' Programmable Quantum Processor for Quantum Computers

  • 11/03/09
  • NIST, CU to Build Instrument to Help Search for Earth-like Planets

  • 10/29/09
  • Scientists Build First 'Frequency Comb' To Display Visible 'Teeth'

  • 10/20/09
  • NIST Physicist David Wineland to Share 2010 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Physics

  • 09/22/09
  • NIST Updates Popular Guide to Radio-Controlled Clocks

  • 08/11/09
  • NIST Demonstrates Sustained Quantum Computation Processing

  • Ytterbium Gains Ground in Quest for Next-Generation Atomic Clocks

  • 08/06/09
  • NIST Demonstrates Sustained Quantum Processing in Step Toward Building Quantum Computers

  • 06/30/09
  • NIST Develops Novel Ion Trap for Sensing Force and Light

  • 06/03/09
  • NIST Physicists Demonstrate Quantum Entanglement in Mechanical System

  • 05/05/09
  • NIST Physicist James Bergquist Elected to National Academy of Sciences

  • NIST Physicists Win European and Optics Society Awards

  • 04/22/09
  • NIST Develops Powerful Method of Suppressing Errors in Many Types of Quantum Computers

  • 04/21/09
  • Measurement of ‘Forbidden’ Collisions Could Improve Atomic Clock Accuracy

  • 03/10/09
  • NIST Time and Frequency Metrology Seminar to be held June 2-5

  • 02/24/09
  • Colorado Governor Ritter Honors NIST Internet Time Service

  • 12/23/08
  • Wherefore a Leap Second?

  • 11/25/08
  • NIST Physicist Wins OSA’s First Walther Award

  • 10/01/08
  • JILA Scientists Create First Dense Gas of Ultracold ‘Polar’ Molecules

  • 09/03/08
  • NIST Physicist Wineland Awarded 2007 National Medal of Science

  • 05/13/08
  • Record-setting Laser May Aid Searches for Earthlike Planets

  • 03/18/08
  • NIST 'Quantum Logic Clock' Rivals Mercury Ion as World's Most Accurate Clock

  • 03/06/08
  • NIST 'Quantum Logic Clock' Rivals Mercury Ion as World's Most Accurate Clock

  • 03/05/08
  • NIST Mini Sensor May ‘Change the Way We Live’

  • 02/19/08
  • ‘NMR on a Chip’ Features NIST Magnetic Mini-Sensor

  • New Strontium Atomic Clock at JILA is ‘Best in Class’

  • 01/23/08
  • NIST Radio Station WWVH Gets Antenna Makeover

  • 12/12/07
  • NIST Helps Beam Time to TV Viewers in the Middle East

  • 11/08/07
  • Mini Magnetic Sensor May Have Biomedical, Security Applications

  • 10/26/06
  • O’Brian Named Director of NIST Boulder Laboratories

  • 10/18/06
  • NIST Physicists Boost 'Entanglement' of Atom Pairs

  • 07/20/06
  • Mercury Atomic Clock Sets Time-Keeping Record

  • 07/14/06
  • Mercury Atomic Clock Keeps Time with Record Accuracy

  • 12/22/05
  • Enjoy New Year's Eve a Second Longer!

  • 11/30/05
  • NIST Physicists Coax Six Atoms into Quantum 'Cat' State

  • 08/10/05
  • New Guide Is Timely for Radio Controlled Clocks, Watches

  • 07/26/05
  • Compact JILA System Stabilizes Laser Frequency

  • 05/18/05
  • Quantum Computing Results May Help in Code Breaking

  • 05/03/05
  • 'Metal-Decorated' Nanotubes Hold Promise for Fuel Cells

  • 01/05/05
  • Tiny, Atom-based Detector Senses Weak Magnetic Fields

  • 01/02/02
  • NIST Helps Ensure Well-Timed Sledding at Winter Olympics
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