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A decades-old description of the big bang may not hold up to mathematical scrutiny, according to new work co-authored by…
/Jun 15, 2017
What do you get when 11 of Canada’s top science organizations go back to high school for a day? One amazing…
/Jun 01, 2017
Physics World explores the enduring role of blackboards in theoretical physics, and invites you to test your physics knowledge with…
/Jun 01, 2017
The Truth is in the Stars: a panel on science and creativity Wednesday, June 14, 2017 Live panel discussion webcast:…
/May 18, 2017
The tick-tocking of 100 metronomes provided a fitting musical interlude to a conference examining the nature of time in the…
/May 12, 2017
CHIME, a radio telescope under construction in British Columbia, expects to find hundreds of “fast radio bursts” and generate a…
/May 10, 2017
The true power of science is that it perpetually refines our understanding based on new evidence.
/Apr 26, 2017
New research proposes that the universe may have been two-dimensional at the time of the big bang.
/Apr 12, 2017
When physicist and philosopher James Weatherall came to Waterloo to present his Perimeter Public Lecture, we jumped at the chance…
/Apr 11, 2017
The globe-spanning Event Horizon Telescope is focussed with extreme precision at the black hole in the centre of our galaxy.
/Apr 08, 2017