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Take a self-guided tour from quantum to cosmos!

Conversations at the Perimeter available on all major podcast platforms

Each episode, a new researcher joins the co-hosts for a wide-ranging conversation about the process, challenges, and rewards of a life in science.

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Conversations at the Perimeter features a different leading scientist each episode.

Are you fascinated by the mysteries of our universe — and the brilliant scientists working to unravel them? 

Enthralled by quantum mechanics, general relativity, black holes, dark matter, and the search for a grand unifying theory of everything?

If so, be sure to listen to Conversations at the Perimeter.

The series is co-hosted by quantum physicist and lecturer Lauren Hayward and journalist-turned-science communicator Colin Hunter. In each episode, they chat with a guest scientist about their research, their motivations, the challenges they encounter, and the drive that keeps them searching for answers. 

Some highlights from the first season: 

Check out all the episodes of Conversations at the Perimeter wherever you get your podcasts, and ensure you never miss an episode by subscribing on your preferred podcast platform.

You can also watch conversations and hundreds of other accessible science videos on Perimeter’s YouTube channel

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