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Author: Colin Hunter
This week, Boston became a global epicentre of big ideas, from black holes to boosting brainpower, from robotic bugs to…
/February 18, 2017
Perimeter Institute Director Neil Turok discusses the universal human traits that underlie all innovation – from fundamental research to technology to…
/February 13, 2017
During a live webcast on Wed. March 1, 2017, NASA astrophysicist Amber Straughn will provide a behind-the-scenes look at the…
/February 8, 2017
Observational evidence described in Physical Review Letters may illuminate new aspects of quantum gravity.
/January 30, 2017
The discovery of the Higgs boson — one of the most monumental achievements in modern physics — required the 27-kilometre,…
/January 26, 2017
Two of the most powerful words in science might just be “Wanna bet?”
/January 26, 2017
The speed of light — a brisk 299,792 kilometers per second — is one of the universe’s most fundamental (and scientifically…
/January 25, 2017
The national tour of Innovation150 — a celebration of Canadian ingenuity as part of the country’s sesquicentennial — kicked off…
/January 13, 2017
In its 150th year and beyond, Canada has a “very special opportunity” to be a world leader in innovation, writes…
/January 2, 2017
Scientists and journalists remember a remarkable scientist and human being.
/December 27, 2016