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Tag: Neil Turok
A decades-old description of the big bang may not hold up to mathematical scrutiny, according to new work co-authored by…
/Jun 15, 2017
The Truth is in the Stars: a panel on science and creativity Wednesday, June 14, 2017 Live panel discussion webcast:…
/May 18, 2017
The tick-tocking of 100 metronomes provided a fitting musical interlude to a conference examining the nature of time in the…
/May 12, 2017
Perimeter Institute Director Neil Turok discusses the universal human traits that underlie all innovation – from fundamental research to technology to…
/Feb 13, 2017
In its 150th year and beyond, Canada has a “very special opportunity” to be a world leader in innovation, writes…
/Jan 02, 2017
Science helps us understand ourselves and our own place in the cosmos. But how far does the math take us?…
/Nov 25, 2016
An Honorary Fellowship from the Institute of Physics is among a number of recent acknowledgements from the science community for…
/Nov 10, 2016
Life lessons merge with science and fun at International Summer School for Young Physicists.
/Aug 22, 2016
A new model of quantum cosmology shows how this universe might have been born from the one before it –…
/Aug 16, 2016
Evidence of “ripples in spacetime” detected by the LIGO Scientific Collaboration marks the dawn of gravitational wave astronomy, say Perimeter…
/Mar 18, 2016