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Atomic clocks that are accurate enough to measure gravity

An older version of an ultra-stable atomic clock made from Ytterbium lattices on the NIST. Ytterbium atoms are generated in an oven (large metal cylinder on the left) and placed in a vacuum chamber in the center of the photo where they are manipulated with lasers and examined. The laser light is transported by five fibers to the clock (eg …

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Prime Minister science awards go to scientists speeding the internet and keeping GPS accurate – Science News

A geophysicist whose work has helped to plan space missions and paint a better picture of sea-level rise has been awarded the prize of the Prime Minister of Science. Professor Kurt Lambeck Received the $ 250,000 Prize in the Parliament Building for a Huge Body In the 1960s, his early work on describing the Earth's gravity field helped to better …

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How Accurate Are Online DNA Tests?

The age of consumer genomics has arrived. Nowadays, you can send a great deal of whatever you are looking for 23andMe and AncestryDNA, both with more than five million users in their databases, are widespread and popular companies in this market analysis ancestry, and the largest of these. These numbers dwarf the numbers of human genomes in scientific databases. Genetic …

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The memoir of Steve Jobs' daughter is not accurate, Widow says

Laurence Powell Jobs, the widow of Steve Jobs, is pushing for a new memoir of his daughter Lisa Brennan Jobs, in which she shares her story of what it was like to grow up with the Apple co-founder as a father. The book, which appears next week, has made headlines in recent weeks, after an excerpt from Vanity Fair and …

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The new 3D model treats avalanches as both solid and fluid for the most accurate results

Avalanches are complex and often unpredictable events. Researchers from the Kryosphere Research Laboratory and the Swiss Federal Research Station for Snow and Avalanche Research investigated how avalanches develop and develop. With the help of 3D modeling experts (some of whom worked for Disney to simulate the snow in the animated film Frozen), they created an accurate avalanche model that could …

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Steam Spy returns from death, but admits that data is less accurate

Earlier this month, the popular third-party tool Steam Spy was essentially left dead in the water after Valve announced new privacy preferences for Steam users, including hiding libraries and profile data from the public view. This meant Steam Spy, which tracked statistics such as sales and game time of the games, could not access the required data and went offline. …

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Steam Spy is back, but not as accurate as before

Steam Spy, the main PC product beloved by some developers and hated by others, was recently declared dead by its creator, Sergey Galyonkin, after an update was made to Steam's privacy standards. It's coming back now, but it's going to be different. The old Steam Spy appreciated the sales of a PC game by sweeping publicly visible Steam profiles and …

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