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On February 11, Perimeter is hosting a one-hour live Q&A with four dynamic women in varied scientific fields, aimed at…
Theoretical physics is progressing beyond the blackboard as more researchers develop scientific computing tools and software.
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Watch the live webcast on this page on Wednesday, March 3 at 7 pm ET. A hundred years ago, we…
/Feb 24, 2021
A round-up of what’s up: the latest news from Perimeter, a look at the recent work of researchers and alumni,…
/Feb 22, 2021
Perimeter’s annual Inspiring Future Women in Science invited scientists at different career stages to share their experiences and advice.
/Feb 12, 2021
Perimeter researcher leads team using the oldest light in the universe to measure the mass of distant galaxy clusters.
/Jan 15, 2021
A global pandemic dominated headlines, and our lives. But 2020 was also a year of incredible scientific discoveries and advances,…
/Dec 18, 2020
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/Dec 11, 2020
Perimeter alumna Rowan Thomson explains why equity, diversity, and inclusion are part of doing great science.
/Dec 08, 2020
Quantum computing is advancing fastest and best just where theory and experiment intersect. Case in point: a breakthrough collaboration between…
/Dec 07, 2020
Perimeter Associate Faculty member Avery Broderick and his collaborator, Dominic Pesce, have developed a tool that promises to accelerate progress…
/Nov 26, 2020
A round-up of what’s up: the latest news from Perimeter, a look at the recent work of researchers and alumni,…
/Nov 25, 2020
In her November 4 public lecture webcast, physicist Catherine Beauchemin will draw on contemporary examples from COVID-19 and influenza to…
In her December 2 public lecture webcast, quantum condensed matter expert Karen Hallberg will explore examples of emergent phenomena and…
/Nov 20, 2020
Ryan Beck, regional coordinator of Perimeter’s Teacher Network in Alberta, started this school year with a double shock: “I found…
/Nov 13, 2020
In a paper released in Nature, the innovative CHIME telescope has revealed new data about mysterious bursts of radiation.
/Nov 04, 2020
Ask any public health expert: testing is key to beating COVID-19. Perimeter’s Neil Turok is working with colleagues from the…
/Oct 21, 2020
Several researchers at Perimeter are involved in projects aimed at understanding, tracking, and combatting the spread of the pandemic-causing coronavirus.…
/Oct 19, 2020
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