Author: Tenille Bonoguore
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
Most people who take a year off between high school and university pack a swimsuit and head to the airport.…
/Jul 06, 2017
Emmy Noether Visiting Fellow Natasha Perkins says experimental relevance is not as important as many people think. If something is…
/Jul 06, 2017
Topological materials hold great potential for quantum computing, but we don’t know how to make them yet. These scientists came…
/Jun 07, 2017
Any scientist can tell you that truth is a tricky proposition. Evidence is much more straightforward – or is it?
/May 23, 2017
Researchers cut a vexing problem into manageable shapes, and come up with a solution that could apply to all string…
/Apr 19, 2017