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Items tagged with "fundamental constants"

An artists's rendering of an atom with galaxies embedded inside
September 25, 2020

The Secrets Atoms Hold, Part 1: Search for Dark Matter

There’s a big unsolved mystery in physics: The cosmic balance sheet for matter in our universe just doesn’t add up. Galaxies all over space move as though they are much heavier than they appear. Scientists postulate that they are full of stuff we cannot see, stuff that they call dark matter.

January 25, 2017

Heads up, high school class of '19: New measurement unit definitions are coming

FROM NIST NEWS -- Next year, scientists expect to change the way we define the basic units with which we measure our universe. An article by scientists at JQI and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) written for teachers will help ensure high school physics students are hip to the news.