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Take a self-guided tour from quantum to cosmos!

Author: Erin Bow
In the late 19th and early 20th century, a team of scholars at the Harvard College Observatory analyzed nearly half…
/Feb 08, 2022
An alum from the Perimeter Scholars International Class of 2013, Nicole Yunger Halpern is a young leader in the quest…
/Jan 18, 2022
Perimeter researchers looking deep into simulations of quantum computers have found something startling: new physics. Specifically, they found a new…
/Jan 05, 2022
Perimeter researcher Estelle Inack has developed a neural network that can help pick the best solution when problems are complex…
/Oct 25, 2021
A new approach has made a quantum gravity tool called “spin foams” easier to work with. Calculations that once took…
/Oct 18, 2021
The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI), an international collaboration aiming to unravel the mystery of dark energy and fill in…
/May 17, 2021
There are many roads that might lead to quantum gravity. Perimeter postdoc Benjamin Knorr has reached an important milestone on…
/Mar 05, 2021
Quantum computing is advancing fastest and best just where theory and experiment intersect. Case in point: a breakthrough collaboration between…
/Dec 07, 2020
Ryan Beck, regional coordinator of Perimeter’s Teacher Network in Alberta, started this school year with a double shock: “I found…
/Nov 13, 2020
Ask any public health expert: testing is key to beating COVID-19. Perimeter’s Neil Turok is working with colleagues from the…
/Oct 21, 2020