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Author: Tenille Bonoguore
“Inspiring Future Women in Science” event delivers bold dreams and reality-checks for science-loving teens: the world is full of possibilities,…
/Mar 08, 2018
Rather than battle it out to obsolescence, new research shows how quantum and classical systems can evolve together.
/Feb 26, 2018
It’s a debate that has been going for millennia: how did the universe begin? As this feature from Quanta explains,…
/Feb 01, 2018
A recap of some of the scientific achievements that made 2017 an exciting year for physics and astronomy.
/Dec 19, 2017
From mountain passes and ice roads to prairie heat and blazing fall colours, the Innovation150 partnership delivered a year of…
/Dec 05, 2017
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