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Inside the Perimeter: Spring/Summer 2016 Highlights

Theoretical physics is more than a field of study. It’s a tool of discovery. Check out the latest issue of Inside the Perimeter to explore what is happening – and what is possible – in this fascinating realm.

Ripple Effects: The Era of Gravitational Waves

  • What does the direct detection of gravitational waves means for science? PI researchers weigh in on a promising new era of discovery.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at Perimeter Institute in April
(Photo: Anthony Reinhart/Communitech)

Special Section: The Many Uses of Physics

Rowan Thomson (below) and Henry Reich (above) are two Perimeter grads plying their skills in unique and powerful ways.

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