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Astronomical explosions called fast radio bursts are keeping astronomers on their toes.
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/Apr 12, 2024
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/Mar 27, 2024
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/Mar 13, 2024
One of Perimeter’s recent Simons Emmy Noether Fellows reflects on her fruitful time in Waterloo.
/Mar 07, 2024
A research team from Perimeter, Zapata AI, and Vector Institute sets up a “race” between quantum and classical AI models.
/Feb 29, 2024
Ancient Egyptian astronomical texts are difficult to interpret. Computer modeling might help.
/Feb 22, 2024
Perimeter students, researchers, and staff share their experiences in celebration of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
/Feb 09, 2024
A preponderance of astronomical evidence suggests that the galaxy is filled with dark matter. Despite knowing remarkably little about what…
/Feb 01, 2024
Perimeter Associate Faculty member Roger Melko says large language models used in chatbots will advance the abilities of large-scale quantum…
/Jan 25, 2024