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From the mysterious “dark matter” and “dark energy” that appear to dominate the cosmos, to the nature of the big bang singularity, and the “initial conditions” of the universe, cosmologists at Perimeter are involved in a range of theoretical and observational projects to advance our understanding of the universe.

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Observational evidence described in Physical Review Letters may illuminate new aspects of quantum gravity.
/January 30, 2017
The speed of light — a brisk 299,792 kilometers per second — is one of the universe’s most fundamental (and scientifically…
/January 25, 2017
After the year of gravitational waves, will this be the year researchers crack the mystery of dark matter? Some are…
/January 11, 2017
Scientists and journalists remember a remarkable scientist and human being.
/December 27, 2016
It’s a telescope as big as the Earth, aimed at some of the most mysterious phenomena in the universe.
/December 20, 2016
A new method developed by Perimeter researchers may bring elusive black holes out of the shadows.
/December 15, 2016
Perimeter researcher Kendrick Smith is part of a cross-Canada team that will get an unprecedented glimpse at a hidden epoch…
/December 1, 2016
Scientists, philosophers, and deep thinkers from across disciplines assembled for an unconventional gathering at Perimeter.
/November 29, 2016
It has long been considered a non-negotiable law of physics: the speed of light is a constant. But is it…
/November 28, 2016
Science helps us understand ourselves and our own place in the cosmos. But how far does the math take us?…
/November 25, 2016