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Driven by curiosity, Perimeter Institute is an independent centre for research, training, and outreach in theoretical physics.
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Perimeter Institute May 18
In the global race to turn quantum science into a technological revolution, a small but bustling group of entrepreneurs are tying their laces and limbering up: cc/
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Jonathan Sauvé 🇨🇦 May 17
Thank you for a great ecosystem familiarization tour! Great opportunity to learn more about innovation and growth in
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Perimeter Institute May 17
For his pioneering research in quantum field theory, Perimeter Faculty member Kevin Costello has earned a fellowship in the of London, the world’s oldest scientific institution. Full story:
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Perimeter Institute May 17
“One of the big challenges, and one of the big opportunities, for us to solve is not just open data... but a larger question of how do we rethink collaboration, how do we rethink the openness of science for the 21st century?” Read more:
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ISED May 16
Use to tell us how impacts you! Visit our Citizen Science Portal:
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Perimeter Institute May 16
In the winter of 2018, students and researchers from Perimeter Institute applied their adventurous mathematical minds to creating a large-scale drawing on a frozen lake using a compass, string, and snowshoes:
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Perimeter Institute May 16
“We’re reaching the critical point now where devices might be available, and some early prototypes are available." Read more:
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Creative Destruction Lab May 15
By coming up with ideas + applications, start-up founders at the CDL are not only pushing current technology to its practical limits, but also shaping what technology succeeds + what doesn’t. //
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Anthony Reinhart May 15
Waterloo's quantum science expertise + 's business prowess = one unique-in-the-world program at the . The Institute's takes us inside. cc
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Daniel Mulet Lind May 15
By getting out early and grappling with the challenges that entails, quantum entrepreneurs are bridging the divide between theory and commercialization.
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Perimeter Institute May 15
The Power of Ideas tour is coming to the Canada Wide Science Fair in with public access on May 16-18! Explore and experience our immersive, hands-on science exhibit. More details: cc/
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Perimeter Institute May 15
In the global race to turn quantum science into a technological revolution, a small but bustling group of entrepreneurs are tying their laces and limbering up: cc/
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Perimeter Institute May 14
In the category of weird astronomical entities, black holes have the reputation of being all take and no give:
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Ivan Semeniuk May 14
In case you missed it: Physicists are exploring a different way to search for new fundamental particles using black holes /via
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Perimeter Institute May 14
For his pioneering research in quantum field theory, Perimeter Faculty member Kevin Costello has earned a fellowship in the of London, the world’s oldest scientific institution. Full story:
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Perimeter Institute May 13
Mathematician Pelageya Polubarinova-Kochina was born on this day in 1899. Read about her life and work:
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Perimeter Institute May 13
Seismologist and geophysicist Inge Lehmann was born on this day in 1888. Read about her life and work:
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Perimeter Institute May 12
Pioneering chemist and Nobel laureate Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin was born on this day in 1910. Read about her incredible life and work:
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Perimeter Institute May 11
Finish with a read of our list of amazing teachers who inspired great scientists:
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Perimeter Institute May 11
“By democratizing the awareness of the problem and inviting everyone to come help solve it, we find that problems are solved quicker, errors are remedied quickly, and science moves forward at a faster rate.” Read more:
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