Measuring food by the gram is better for food tracking and baking.
A physicist explains why and how we redefined a basic unit of measure.
Distance, weight, and even color have dedicated measuring tools.
Scientists think optical clocks are ready to replace the atomic clock as the standard
The sensors attached to the blade could provide valuable feedback to ice skaters.
The precise tuggability of a piece of mozzarella must not be left indeterminate
Yes, but not at all precisely. In 1881, the British economist Francis Edgeworth envisioned a “hedonimeter” that would measure economic...
All this week, the origin and continued preservation of five of our favorite standard units of measure
This week, the origin and continued preservation of five of our favorite standard units of measure
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