Media report



2016

2016/ 3/1
Accelerating comparisons of ytterbium and strontium optical lattice clocks: Swift, ultra-precise measurements of frequency ratios may open new windows for science (Japan Science and Technology Agency)


2015

2015/ 6/24
Highly-precise comparison of mercury and strontium optical lattice clocks (UTokyo Research)

2015/ 2/24
Japan clocks to keep time for 16 billion years (THE TIMES OF INDIA)

2015/ 2/24
Japanese researchers build most accurate clocks in the world, able to keep time for 16 billion years (ABC NEWS)

2015/ 2/23
Japanese researchers built the most accurate clocks ever (BUSINESS INSIDER)

2015/ 2/23
Japan clocks keep time for 16 billion years (PHYSORG)

2015/ 2/23
Never be late again: Japan makes clocks which will keep time for 16 billion years (TRIBUNE)

2015/ 2/23
Japan's 'Cryogenic optical lattice' clocks keep time for 16 billion years (AL ARABIYA NEWS)

2015/ 2/10
Clock For the Ages Measures More Than Just Time (Wall Street Journal)

2015/ 2/10
Cool clocks pave the way to new measurements of the earth (RIKEN News& Media)

2015/ 2/10
Development of highly-precise optical lattice clocks successfully - a step towards future time standard (Japan Science and Technology Agency)

2015/ 2/ 9
The world's most accurate clock: Scientists create way of measuring time that loses one second every 16 BILLION year (Mail Online)

2015/ 2/ 9
A centimeter of time: Cryogenic clocks pave the way to new measurements (PHYSORG)


2014

2014/ 6/17
A step forward to miniaturizing "optical lattice clocks" A technique allowing high-precision portable-clocks will open up clocks' new applications in the future. (Japan Science and Technology Agency)


2011

2011/10/26
The Ultimate Clock (Science News)