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Fall/Winter 2014

"I try to encourage everyone at Perimeter to at least spend some of their time thinking about wild and original things. Questioning what you think you know, looking at problems upside down and backwards – that’s how you make progress. It keeps us all young." - Perimeter Director Neil Turok

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For Perimeter postdoc David “Doddy” Marsh, skateboarding and theoretical physics are two halves of his whole – sometimes complementary, sometimes…
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