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Tag: women in physics
More than 99 percent of the visible matter in the universe is built from protons and neutrons and the nuclei…
/Oct 19, 2018
Jocelyn Bell Burnell, winner of the 2018 Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics, is an accomplished scientist and champion for…
/Oct 12, 2018
Since her postdoc days at Perimeter, visiting researcher Claudia de Rham has explored gravity from all possible angles.
/Sep 17, 2018
Decorate your office, dorm room, classroom, lounge, or any other space with these posters celebrating science.
/Sep 14, 2018
A century ago, Emmy Noether published a theorem that would change mathematics and physics. Here’s an all-ages guided tour through…
/Jul 23, 2018
Former Perimeter grad student Cohl Furey suspects eight-dimensional numbers called “octonions” could unlock secrets of the universe, and she’s not…
/Jul 20, 2018
A new article in Quanta explores how physicists are using ultra-sensitive atomic clocks to seek hidden phenomena in physics, including…
/Apr 17, 2018
“Inspiring Future Women in Science” event delivers bold dreams and reality-checks for science-loving teens: the world is full of possibilities,…
/Mar 08, 2018
We asked you to help us choose who to highlight next in our poster series celebrating women in science. You…
/Jan 24, 2018
We’re making a second set of posters celebrating pioneering women who changed science. Who should we include?
/Dec 07, 2017