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/Jun 14, 2019
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/May 31, 2019
Perimeter Faculty member Beni Yoshida and colleagues successfully simulated the process of quantum information scrambling inside a black hole.
/Apr 30, 2019
For a decade, physicists have been asking a tantalizing question: could a mathematical tool lifted from condensed matter physics be…
/Apr 26, 2019
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/Apr 12, 2019
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Science writer Ian O’Neill explores the remarkable scientific ingenuity and collaboration required to capture humanity’s first glimpse of a black…
/Apr 10, 2019
Download free high-res posters showcasing the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration and the groundbreaking image it attained of the M87 black…
/Apr 10, 2019
Humanity’s first look at a black hole has been released by the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration, a globe-spanning consortium of…
/Apr 10, 2019
On April 10 at 9 am ET, the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration announced a “groundbreaking result” regarding black holes. Following…
/Apr 05, 2019
Watch the live webcast of the announcement of “groundbreaking results” about black holes from the EHT collaboration.
/Apr 05, 2019
You saw the iconic black hole image. How much do you know about it and the gravitational behemoth it depicts?
On April 17, in a special public lecture webcast, Lee Smolin will take the audience on a journey through the…
/Mar 28, 2019
When mathematician Yvette Kosmann-Schwarzbach set out to write about Emmy Noether’s now ubiquitous theorems, she was surprised to learn that…
/Mar 22, 2019
The giants of science are mostly male. But not all of them – and that discovery can prove deeply revelatory,…
/Mar 22, 2019
For Elise LePage, studying physics feeds a deep desire to tease out nature’s unifying principles.
/Mar 15, 2019
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/Mar 14, 2019

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