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Quantum Gravity

Quantum gravity research seeks to unify our theory of quantum phenomena with the equally robust, yet currently incompatible, theory of gravity, space, and time, to create one single description of nature based on a single set of principles.

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Observational evidence described in Physical Review Letters may illuminate new aspects of quantum gravity.
/Jan 30, 2017
Recent Perimeter research based on the holographic principle seeks new connections between general relativity and quantum field theory. 
/Aug 16, 2016
Avery Broderick on using black holes as gravitational laboratories
/Nov 01, 2015
New research from Perimeter shows that two of the strangest features of quantum mechanics – entanglement and negative energy –…
/Apr 21, 2015
For Perimeter postdoc David “Doddy” Marsh, skateboarding and theoretical physics are two halves of his whole – sometimes complementary, sometimes…
/Dec 08, 2014
We have a model for quantum gravity that would work in a simplified universe of two dimensions. For decades, researchers…
/Aug 12, 2014
In the quest to bridge the gap between the physics of the very large and the very small, Perimeter Postdoctoral…
/Jul 21, 2014
Update (May 19, 2014): There have been recent developments relevant to the article below. For more information, see: The talk…
/Jun 03, 2014
The road uniting quantum field theory and general relativity – the two great theories of modern physics – has been…
/May 29, 2014