Take a self-guided tour from quantum to cosmos!
Asimina Arvanitaki at Perimeter and Visiting Chair Savas Dimopoulos say there might be a way to use the Earth itself to find big bang cosmic neutrinos
A new protocol puts the black hole information paradox to the test in a laboratory – and promises to drive progress in quantum technologies here on Earth.
In July 2023, 200 physicists gathered at Perimeter, and 1,400 joined online, for the flagship annual conference of the extended string theory community.
Can mathematical methods used by Perimeter researchers inspire new approaches in climate, energy, and biodiversity?
44 high school students from 13 countries joined this year’s International Summer School for Young Physicists.
Perimeter Institute’s 2023 PSI Start interns hail from all around the world. Together, they found a community, and a chance to do research in quantum computing, condensed matter, and more.
Barbara Šoda came up with a mathematical method for overcoming the trade-off between wavelength and distance resolution
From 19th century astro-sketchers to 21st century image processors, artists and astronomers have worked hand-in-hand for centuries. The results have been out of this world.
Perimeter hosts inspiring week-long professional development event for high school teachers.
Students from 17 countries graduate from a unique, intense master’s program in theoretical physics