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Watch the live webcast on this page on Wednesday, March 3 at 7 pm ET. A hundred years ago, we…
/Feb 24, 2021
A global pandemic dominated headlines, and our lives. But 2020 was also a year of incredible scientific discoveries and advances,…
/Dec 18, 2020
A round-up of what’s up: the latest news from Perimeter, a look at the recent work of researchers and alumni,…
/Jun 04, 2020
The Event Horizon Telescope, the globe-spanning network that captured humanity’s first image of a black hole, has now peered deep…
/Apr 07, 2020
Famous as an author, a mentor, and a field-founding researcher, Carlo Rovelli has a new position as one of Perimeter’s…
/Feb 26, 2020
She uses Einstein’s century-old masterwork to uncover fresh glimpses of the universe.
/Jul 08, 2019
Theoretical astrophysicist Avery Broderick reflects on the 20-year project that went from audacious idea to globe-stopping announcement.
/Jun 19, 2019
Multimessenger astronomy is here. What are researchers doing with it?
/Jun 07, 2019
A new model says that most of the gold in the universe comes from whirling, dying stars called collapsars.
/May 31, 2019