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Perimeter researchers use measurements from the Event Horizon Telescope to test Einstein’s theory with the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way.
Perimeter Institute is pleased to serve as a “Nominating Partner” for the Governor General’s annual Innovation Awards.
Perimeter Institute is “making significant impacts on both science and society,” says the latest independent report from KPMG to Canada’s Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development.
A new model of quantum cosmology shows how this universe might have been born from the one before it – while avoiding the broken physics of the big bang singularity.
Seventh class completes Perimeter’s "theoretical physics boot camp" – the Perimeter Scholars International (PSI) master’s program – during a banner year for science.
Theorists from Perimeter and experimentalists from the Institute for Quantum Computing have found a new way to test whether the universe is quantum, a test that will have widespread applicability: they’ve proven the failure of noncontextuality in the lab.
The Honourable Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario, says the leading-edge research being conducted at Perimeter positions the province at the forefront of a competitive global knowledge economy.
Theoretical physics is more than a field of study. It’s a tool of discovery. Check out the latest issue of Inside the Perimeter to explore what is happening – and what is possible – in this fascinating realm.
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation and Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics have launched an $8 million partnership to fuel the research of Asimina Arvanitaki, one of the world’s top emerging theoretical particle physicists.
Freddy Cachazo and Roger Melko receive honours from the Canadian Association of Physicists for work in quantum fields and condensed matter.
A half-day conference at Perimeter brought 200 high school girls eyeing a future in STEM together with successful women at all stages of their careers.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the work being done at Perimeter and in Canada’s “Quantum Valley” is vital to the future of the country and the world.
Extended research visits aim to spark new collaborations and ideas across disciplines – and boost support for women scientists at a crucial stage of their careers.
The 2016 Federal Budget presented in Ottawa pledges continued investment in Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics.
Five of Canada’s leading science outreach organizations will deliver Innovation150, a cross-country celebration of Canadian ingenuity, throughout 2017.
Neil Turok wins prestigious Tate Medal from the American Institute of Physics, donates prize money to African Institute for Mathematical Sciences.
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