Published: Feb. 29, 2024

Judah Levine pictured in front of a clock

Judah Levine (Image Credit: J. Burrus/NIST)

Profesor Adjoint of Physics and JILA/NIST Fellow Judah Levine serves as the head of the Network Synchronization Project in the Time and Frequency Division at NIST. He was recently interviewed by Denver 7 and the New York Times about timekeeping, the history of the leap day, and why he's advocating for a leap minute rather than periodically adding leap seconds.


Boulder scientist explains why the world needs a 'leap minute' - Denver 7

Why Leap Day Is Really About Party Planning - New York Times