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For Elise LePage, studying physics feeds a deep desire to tease out nature’s unifying principles.
/Mar 15, 2019
At FemPhys mentoring night, the focus is on practical issues and big potential, whether or not students stick with academia.
/Dec 20, 2018
Perimeter’s first Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Specialist, Shohini Ghose, wants to use data and discussion to improve diversity in physics.
/Nov 30, 2018
How long would it take to randomly walk through a park? And how does that connect to financial models, bacteria,…
/Sep 20, 2018
Students and researchers learned about the myriad opportunities that exist for physicists outside academia at Perimeter’s first Career Trajectories Day.
/Jul 19, 2018
Researchers are seeing cracks in the structure of science. The solution, they suggest, could be to create a new, open-plan…
/May 08, 2018
Science is meant to be a meritocracy, but anecdotes and evidence indicate that the field – and physics in particular…
/Aug 04, 2017
Physicist Percy Paul traces his scientific path from a grassy field in northern Saskatchewan to studying higher-dimensional string theory at…
/Mar 29, 2017
Theoretical physics is a notoriously difficult subject to explain. So it’s especially impressive that Henry Reich can tackle tricky physics…
/Mar 20, 2017
Just one breakthrough in theoretical physics can change the world.
/Nov 28, 2016