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How to measure the tiniest forces in the Universe

1 month 3 weeks ago #277 by Neil Sturrock


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  • G'day friends and colleagues,

    I noticed that there wasn't a 'specialist interest group' for Force and Mass measurement 'news' on our MSA Website, so I thought I'd place this highly informative Metrology YouTube video that was released to the public earlier today (Tues, 13th Dec 2022):

    How To Measure The Tiniest Forces In The Universe - YouTube

    In summary, this video is presented by Australian 'Science Communicator' Dr  Derek Muller - Wikipedia  during his visit to:  www.nist.gov/  , where he discusses the phenomenal advances in 'modern-day' Metrology and NIST's capability to measure Force down to Femto Newton (1x10- 15 N) level's.

    Best regards to you all, Neil Sturrock 

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