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In her December 2 public lecture webcast, quantum condensed matter expert Karen Hallberg will explore examples of emergent phenomena and…
Ryan Beck, regional coordinator of Perimeter’s Teacher Network in Alberta, started this school year with a double shock: “I found…
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Perimeter researcher leads team using the oldest light in the universe to measure the mass of distant galaxy clusters.
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/Dec 08, 2020
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/Nov 25, 2020
In a paper released in Nature, the innovative CHIME telescope has revealed new data about mysterious bursts of radiation.
/Nov 04, 2020
In her November 4 public lecture webcast, physicist Catherine Beauchemin will draw on contemporary examples from COVID-19 and influenza to…
/Oct 22, 2020
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/Oct 21, 2020
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/Oct 19, 2020
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/Oct 09, 2020
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/Oct 06, 2020
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/Sep 28, 2020
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