From the University of Chicago News, Dec. 8, 2022: A new study in Nature Astronomy proposes sending an atomic clock onboard a spacecraft to fly close to the sun in order to detect the mysterious substance known as dark matter. By finding dark matter and understanding its properties, we might then understand the evolution of our universe.
From Bloomberg Quicktake, Feb. 23. 2021: In this video, Fermilab scientist Don Lincoln adds his perspective on time dilation and how it affects time and gravity. This precise measurement of time will allow scientists to measure plates, large movements deep below earth’s surface and climate change.