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Author: Stephanie Keating
Undergraduate student Gebremedhin Dagnew’s childhood tinkering habits ignited a deep desire to figure out what makes the universe tick.
/Oct 11, 2019
A clerical error led her to physics. Now she’s helping chart new territory in a world of possibility.
/May 31, 2019
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
Somewhere deep in space, ultrafast fireworks are going off, releasing as much energy in a single millisecond burst as our…
/Feb 25, 2019
At FemPhys mentoring night, the focus is on practical issues and big potential, whether or not students stick with academia.
/Dec 20, 2018
Visiting researcher Oliver Schlotterer and his host Freddy Cachazo share the benefits of a deep immersion into Perimeter’s research and…
/Dec 03, 2018
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory, Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, and other telescopes around the world have pinpointed a source of high-energy…
/Jul 12, 2018
A pulsar’s magnetosphere has been viewed in unprecedented detail, thanks to the tail of ionized gas from its companion star.
/Jun 06, 2018
Why do we have rainbows and not rainsquares? And what does it look like once you’re inside a rainbow? Let’s…
/Jun 01, 2018