Denmark gets its own time
The demands for a more accurate time reference are increasing. Different atomic clocks abroad have so far acted as a reference, but the atomic clocks show differently. If it is to be very precise, then it is not enough to spend the Swedish, English or German time. Hear about why time is different in Sweden and Denmark and understand why time has become an important infrastructure.
Science journalist Jens Degett talks to physicist Mikkel Schou Nielsen from the Danish National Metrology Institute (in Danish).