Author: Tenille Bonoguore
As one of six Sofja Kovalevskaja Award winners, Perimeter postdoc Matteo Smerlak will apply statistical mechanics and mathematics to Darwin’s…
/Oct 26, 2017
For the first time, researchers have experimentally probed topological order and its breakdown. The work could open the way for…
/Oct 16, 2017
When dozens of telescopes turned to focus on a source of gravitational waves detected by LIGO-Virgo, the rich array of…
/Oct 16, 2017
Nobel Prize in Physics goes to trio whose combined efforts helped create experiment that directly detected gravitational waves in 2015.
/Oct 03, 2017
New detection of colliding black holes points to “incredibly bright” future for gravitational wave science.  
/Sep 27, 2017
If society boosts confidence in math, women will come to (and more importantly, stay in) the field, says Emmy Noether…
/Aug 16, 2017
Science is meant to be a meritocracy, but anecdotes and evidence indicate that the field – and physics in particular…
/Aug 04, 2017
Dozens of theorists gathered at a recent conference at Perimeter Institute to probe one of humanity’s oldest questions: how did…
/Aug 01, 2017
From quantum field theory to cancer research: How one PhD student is turning his natural curiosity into a career.
/Aug 01, 2017
By pushing Einstein’s landmark theory to its limits, Luis Lehner hopes to crack open a pathway to new physics.
/Jul 17, 2017