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In her public lecture webcast at Perimeter on March 4, 2020, quantum expert Shohini Ghose will guide the audience into…
Perimeter’s one-day “Inspiring Future Women in Science” conference mixes science talks with discussion of the rewards, challenges, and possibilities of…

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/Feb 04, 2020
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/Jan 31, 2020
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/Jan 28, 2020
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/Jan 06, 2020
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