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Perimeter Associate Faculty member Avery Broderick to explore how astronomers are now imaging the horizons of black holes and attaining new insights about these enigmatic monsters in the dark.
New classroom resource designed to connect 21st century skills — creativity, critical thinking, entrepreneurial spirit, and imagination — to STEM subjects.
Governor General to preview interactive exhibits that will be featured at Perimeter Institute’s upcoming BrainSTEM: Your Future is Now Festival
Canada’s Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics invites the public to imagine, discover, and innovate with new one-of-a-kind scientific celebration from Sept. 30 to Oct. 6.
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, in Ontario, Canada, is pleased to announce the re-appointment of Director Neil Turok to a second five-year term at the Institute's helm.
A quasicrystal is an exotic state of matter with symmetries once thought to be impossible for matter. The concept was first introduced and the first examples were synthesized in the laboratory thirty years ago, but could Nature have beaten us to the punch?
How is a worldwide community of scientists using 16 kilometres of wide vacuum tubes to catch “ripples of space-time”? In an entirely new means of cosmic exploration, researchers at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) Scientific Collaboration are trying to detect gravitational waves – a phenomenon theorized by Einstein almost a century ago. But what will this new window to the universe mean?
Curiosity is often said to drive science, but until the seventeenth century – the age of the so-called Scientific Revolution – it was regarded with suspicion and condemnation. What happened to liberate curiosity? Why did no question seem too vast or trivial to be ruled out of bounds? And what does the freedom to be curious really mean for science today?
The elusive Higgs boson particle, predicted half a century ago, was discovered this summer, capturing international attention. Why did the discovery take so long and why is it so important? And the real question, now that the Higgs has been found, what’s next for particle physics?
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