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What better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than by putting three new posters of pioneering scientists on your wall?
/Mar 07, 2019
Sonali Mohapatra was valedictorian of the 2015 class of Perimeter Scholars International. Four years later, she’s obsessed with both quantum…
/Mar 05, 2019
Somewhere deep in space, ultrafast fireworks are going off, releasing as much energy in a single millisecond burst as our…
/Feb 25, 2019
Equations have their own intrinsic beauty. But as graphic gateways to befuddling physics go, there are few forays more fun…
/Jan 16, 2019
In his public lecture webcast at Perimeter on February 7, Johnson will discuss the process of turning complex scientific topics…
/Jan 16, 2019
With a new approach to calculations and the aid of supercomputers, Emmy Noether Visiting Fellow Phiala Shanahan is rebuilding nuclear…
/Dec 21, 2018
At FemPhys mentoring night, the focus is on practical issues and big potential, whether or not students stick with academia.
/Dec 20, 2018
Avery Broderick and Avi Loeb published papers in 2005 and 2006 predicting the the behaviour of “hotspots” around black holes.…
/Oct 30, 2018
More than 99 percent of the visible matter in the universe is built from protons and neutrons and the nuclei…
/Oct 19, 2018
Jocelyn Bell Burnell, winner of the 2018 Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics, is an accomplished scientist and champion for…
/Oct 12, 2018