Take a self-guided tour from quantum to cosmos!
Perimeter researchers propose a new type of quantum matter that may help forge a new path to understanding quantum matter more broadly.
This summer, dozens of students took a quantum leap forward in their studies, guided by physics researchers with a passion for training the next generation.
38 participants from 16 countries joined in this year’s International Summer School for Young Physicists, grappling with the complexity of modern physics and building connections that last.
Scientists have discerned a sharp ring of light created by photons whipping around the back of a supermassive black hole in a vivid confirmation of theoretical prediction.
Perimeter hosts its week-long workshop for high school physics teachers in person for the first time in three years, sparking fun new ideas for classroom pedagogy.
A Simons Emmy Noether Fellowship has given experimental physicist Urbasi Sinha the opportunity to collaborate with theorists at Perimeter.
A round-up of the latest news from Perimeter, a look at the recent work of researchers and alumni, gems from the archive, and fun physics for everyone.
Heartfelt farewells and reflections on achievements make for a moving ceremony as this year’s Perimeter Scholars International (PSI) master’s graduates set out to make their mark.
Perimeter graduate student helps speed up quantum computing for practical problems
The CHIME/FRB Collaboration reveals a new type of fast radio burst with pulses spaced milliseconds apart in a new paper released today in Nature.