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Author: Mike Brown
Students and researchers learned about the myriad opportunities that exist for physicists outside academia at Perimeter’s first Career Trajectories Day.
/Jul 19, 2018
After obtaining the first PhD in mathematics ever granted by the University of Ghana, Prince Osei is tackling complex problems…
/Mar 07, 2018
The Waterloo Global Science Initiative has released the OpenAccess Energy Blueprint, which charts a course toward a future with universal…
/Apr 03, 2017
Perimeter Scholars International’s first valedictorian, Imogen Wright, still draws on methods she learned at Perimeter in her genetic testing work…
/Oct 04, 2015
In commemoration of International Women’s Day, Perimeter’s “Inspiring Future Women in Science” conference gave more than 200 high school girls…
/Apr 23, 2015
New research from Perimeter shows that two of the strangest features of quantum mechanics – entanglement and negative energy –…
/Apr 21, 2015
New work asserts that a key technique used to probe quantum systems may not be so quantum after all, according…
/Apr 17, 2015
How do you get black holes and quantum mechanics into high school classrooms? EinsteinPlus shows teachers some neat new tricks.
/Apr 17, 2015
Perimeter Associate Faculty member Maxim Pospelov and his collaborators say our solar system might be crashing through bubble after bubble…
/Aug 12, 2014
A team that includes Perimeter researchers has just received funding to develop a small satellite that will test quantum theory…
/Aug 05, 2014