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Even the greatest scientists have made some serious blunders. “Brilliant Blunders” concerns the evolution of life on Earth, of the…
/Jun 02, 2016
During a live public lecture webcast on June 1, 2016, astrophysicist and author Dr. Mario Livio will look at major…
/May 18, 2016
How well can we predict climate change? The forecast for our future may lie at the intersection of chaos theory…
/May 05, 2016
Technology has put our global environment in crisis. Could it also provide the solution?
/Apr 21, 2016
Sometimes the best kind of scientific collaborator is a silent partner who lends a hand (or a paw) simply by…
/Mar 21, 2016
Dr. Katherine Freese explains the hunt for dark matter, the abundant-but-elusive matter believed to make up the majority of stuff…
/Mar 03, 2016
To celebrate the centenary year of Einstein’s theory of general relativity and Emmy Noether’s development of her eponymous theorems, the…
/Feb 19, 2016
In her Feb. 3 talk at Perimeter Institute, Victoria Kaspi will explain how astronomers are using neutron stars to study…
/Feb 01, 2016
In her Feb. 3 talk at Perimeter Institute, Victoria Kaspi will explain how astronomers are using neutron stars to study…
/Jan 12, 2016
A timelapse look at Alexa Meade creating her immersive chalkboard piece as artist-in-residence at Perimeter Institute in September 2015. Find…
/Oct 22, 2015