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In his Perimeter Public Lecture on April 3, 2019, Chad Hanna will explore how new observational techniques are unveiling facets…
The giants of science are mostly male. But not all of them – and that discovery can prove deeply revelatory,…
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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
For Elise LePage, studying physics feeds a deep desire to tease out nature’s unifying principles.
/Mar 15, 2019
Nearly 200 high school students at Perimeter Institute’s annual “Inspiring Future Women in Science” event heard that adversity and failure…
/Mar 07, 2019
For condensed matter theorist Chong Wang, the messy challenges of complex quantum systems can reveal an irresistible beauty.
/Feb 26, 2019
Watch the live webcast on this page on Wednesday, March 6 at 7 pm ET. The 21st century may come…
/Feb 14, 2019
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The theory that governs the interactions of quarks and gluons inside atoms has long been an intractable mathematical snarl. Perimeter…
/Feb 08, 2019
Equations have their own intrinsic beauty. But as graphic gateways to befuddling physics go, there are few forays more fun…
/Jan 16, 2019
In his public lecture webcast at Perimeter on February 7, Johnson will discuss the process of turning complex scientific topics…
/Jan 16, 2019
The CHIME Telescope collaboration, in which Perimeter’s Kendrick Smith and team play a central role, announced this week the landmark…
/Jan 09, 2019
How do you put a theory like quantum mechanics to the test? One way is to develop competing theories and…
/Jan 08, 2019
What better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than by putting three new posters of pioneering scientists on your wall?
Perimeter researchers have turned holography inside-out to better understand how it’s put together.
/Jan 08, 2019
As we gear up for a great new year of science, here’s a chance to relive 2018’s great science stories…
/Jan 08, 2019
With a new approach to calculations and the aid of supercomputers, Emmy Noether Visiting Fellow Phiala Shanahan is rebuilding nuclear…
/Dec 21, 2018
At FemPhys mentoring night, the focus is on practical issues and big potential, whether or not students stick with academia.
/Dec 20, 2018
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/Dec 18, 2018
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