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Riddle of matter remains unsolved: Proton and antiproton share fundamental properties

No difference in protons and antiprotons have yet been found to explain the existence of matter in our universe. However, physicists in the BASE collaboration at the CERN research center have been able to measure the magnetic force of antiprotons with alm

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Richtfest in der „Wissensstadt“

Über dem Erweiterungsbau des Willy-Wien-Laboratoriums der Physikalisch-Technischen Bundesanstalt (PTB) wurde der Richtkranz aufgezogen. Der Bau des Labor- und Bürogebäudes mit direkter Anbindung an den benachbarten Elektronenspeicherring im Hauptgebäu

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The "atomic second" turns 50

Since 13 October 1967, the base unit of time has been based on a property of cesium atoms. Today's cesium atomic clocks provide the time unit with the unimaginable accuracy up to 16 decimal places!

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Ausschreibung: Helmholtz-Preis 2018

In der Welt der Metrologie ist der Helmholtz-Preis die höchste europäische Auszeichnung. Bewerbungen können bis zum 18. Dezember 2017 eingereicht werden.

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maßstäbe 13 (in German only)

maßstäbe 13 (in German only)

This issue of maßstäbe ("Alltag in Maßen" - "Everyday Measurements") invites you to a journey which starts in our body and does not end in all sorts of networks.
PTB-Mitteilungen 2.2016

PTB-Mitteilungen 2.2016

Issue 2.2016 of PTB's metrological specialist journal describes the several scientific experiments for the "new SI". - It will be available in English in a few weeks.
PTB News 1.2017

PTB News 1.2017

In this issue: Scientific news about a "light highway", about measuring solar cells and a few other topics. News from PTB's Technology Transfer. Awards and miscellaneous short news.

670. Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Seminar [ more ]

Workshop "The Quantum Revolution in Metrology" [ more ]

Hydrophone calibration with an extended frequency range [ more ]

Untersuchungen zur Kalibrierung von Impulshämmern [ more ]

Fallstudie zur modellbasierten dynamischen Kalibrierung von kleinen DMS-Kraftaufnehmern [ more ]

Magnetische Tunnelkontakte ermöglichen absolute, zeitaufgelöste Temperaturmessung von Nanoschaltkreisen. [ more ]

Verbesserung des Kalibrierangebots für Thermoelemente [ more ]

PTB Seminar on "Current Advances of Electrical Calibrations at Low and High Frequencies 2017" [ more ]

German surveyor association DVW adopts good practice guides developed by the EMRP SIB60 project for its "DVW Merkblatt" seriesr “DVW Merkblatt” Reihe [ more ]

New testing procedures for software in sound level meters in legal metrology [ more ]

PTB - The National Metrology Institute of Germany

PTB's profile of tasks

In Braunschweig and Berlin, time comes from atomic clocks, lengths are measured far into the nano-world, scientists do research on fundamental questions concerning the physical units, and the employees in the laboratories calibrate measuring instruments, meeting the most demanding requirements. Therefore, the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt is among the top names in metrology worldwide. As Germany's national metrology institute, PTB is Germany's highest authority when it comes to correct and reliable measurements. It is the supreme technical authority of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) and employs a total of approx. 1900 staff members. PTB operates an integrated Opens internal link in current windowquality management system which covers the four interlinked field of business. (Initiates file downloadSelf-Declaration on quality management).

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The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, the National Metrology Institute of Germany, is a scientific and technical higher federal authority falling within the competence of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.