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Wednesday Feb. 7, 2018 at 7 PM ET Tickets for seats in the theatre are now sold out. The live…
/Feb 05, 2018
It’s a debate that has been going for millennia: how did the universe begin? As this feature from Quanta explains,…
/Feb 01, 2018
Radiation is about more than Godzilla and zombies.
/Feb 01, 2018
Let these accessible talks take you on scientific journeys from quantum to cosmos.
/Jan 15, 2018
Note: the February 7 public lecture will now be delivered by Robert Spekkens. You can learn more about his talk…
/Jan 11, 2018
Innovation 150
“Spirits are high for the hope of ushering in a new era of astrophysics,” reads a new article in Astronomy…
/Jan 08, 2018
A recap of some of the scientific achievements that made 2017 an exciting year for physics and astronomy.
/Dec 19, 2017
Fifty years ago, surf culture reigned supreme, the summer of love was on the horizon, and a revolution started brewing…
/Dec 15, 2017
We’re making a second set of posters celebrating pioneering women who changed science. Who should we include?
/Dec 07, 2017
Sometimes it only takes one moment – a chance encounter, or a stroke of luck – to spark a lifelong…
Perimeter astrophysicist Avery Broderick joined CTV Your Morning host Ben Mulroney to discuss the big questions driving research at the…
/Dec 06, 2017
Where did all the lasers come from? Physics, that’s where.
/Nov 17, 2017
As one of six Sofja Kovalevskaja Award winners, Perimeter postdoc Matteo Smerlak will apply statistical mechanics and mathematics to Darwin’s…
/Oct 26, 2017
Recognize women who changed science with this free collection of print-at-home posters.
/Oct 18, 2017
Pauline Gagnon’s Nov. 8 talk at Perimeter Institute will explore how discoveries at the cutting edge of fundamental physics may…
/Oct 16, 2017

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