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Let’s get digital


The digital transformation doesn’t stop at metrology as Shanay Rab, Meher Wan and Sanjay Yadav explain.

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Rab, S., Wan, M. & Yadav, S. Let’s get digital. Nat. Phys. 18, 960 (2022).

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