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Tag: quantum gravity
Quantum gravity is likely to be stranger than either quantum theory or gravitational theory alone, says Perimeter Faculty member Lucien…
/May 05, 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
Participants at the first Simons Emmy Noether Workshop gathered to tackle thorny issues, from the nature of spacetime to systemic…
/Feb 18, 2020
For a decade, physicists have been asking a tantalizing question: could a mathematical tool lifted from condensed matter physics be…
/Apr 26, 2019
On April 17, in a special public lecture webcast, Lee Smolin will take the audience on a journey through the…
/Mar 28, 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
After obtaining the first PhD in mathematics ever granted by the University of Ghana, Prince Osei is tackling complex problems…
/Mar 07, 2018
Quantum gravity researcher Sumati Surya has spent her sabbatical year at Perimeter — and moved her family with her from…
/Nov 27, 2017
If society boosts confidence in math, women will come to (and more importantly, stay in) the field, says Emmy Noether…
/Aug 16, 2017
Observational evidence described in Physical Review Letters may illuminate new aspects of quantum gravity.
/Jan 30, 2017