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Take a self-guided tour from quantum to cosmos!

Author: Erin Bow
In these uncertain times, Perimeter postdoctoral fellow Flaminia Giacomini is introducing more uncertainty about time.
/Aug 06, 2020
As high school classrooms around the world go virtual, Perimeter’s outreach team is adapting its classroom resources and conducting free…
/Jun 22, 2020
Quantum gravity is likely to be stranger than either quantum theory or gravitational theory alone, says Perimeter Faculty member Lucien…
/May 05, 2020
Perimeter’s one-day “Inspiring Future Women in Science” conference mixes science talks with discussion of the rewards, challenges, and possibilities of…
/Mar 16, 2020
Famous as an author, a mentor, and a field-founding researcher, Carlo Rovelli has a new position as one of Perimeter’s…
/Feb 26, 2020
A thriving new body of research has revived an old tool – the bootstrap – and is using it as…
/Jan 31, 2020
Early computers were room-sized mechanical brains complete with wheels, shafts, and cranks. Then the playful and ingenious Claude Shannon came…
/Dec 05, 2019
How Canadians cracked the secret to detecting fast radio bursts and turned a trickle of discoveries into a deluge.
/Dec 03, 2019
Whether they are probing higher dimensions or trampling over boundaries, Kevin Costello and Davide Gaiotto are having a blast –…
/Nov 06, 2019
There are two connected reasons why rubber is stretchy. One has to do with what rubber looks like deep down…
/Sep 04, 2019