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From June 5 - 9, Waterloo Global Science Initiative, a partnership between Perimeter Institute and the University of Waterloo, will host a gobal conversation on how science and technology can help solve our current energy crisis.
CBC Radio One's flagship current affairs program spoke with PI Board Chair Mike Lazaridis, PI Director Neil Turok, and members of PI's faculty about innovation and the importance of theoretical physics.
Prof. Vidal, a leading quantum information scientist who is currently an Australian Research Council Federation Fellow at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, will join PI's faculty in May 2011.
Ms. Palk, recently retired as the President of TD Asset Management Inc., has had a distinguished career in financial services with a long record of community service.
The former honour student of Bell High School in Ottawa, currently studying at McGill University, received the honour at PI's Public Lecture with Dr. Eric Mazur on December 1.
The World Innovation Summit for Education has selected PI Director Neil Turok and his AIMS Next Einstein Initiative, the centrepiece of PI Global Outreach, as one of its six winners this year.
Visionary investment establishes BMO Financial Group Isaac Newton Chair in Theoretical Physics at Perimeter Institute, the first of five Perimeter Research Chairs.
President Barack Obama presented Professor Aharonov with the highest honour bestowed on scientists by the US government in a White House ceremony.
Perimeter Institute hosted a visit by the world's leading science and technology leaders during a recent Carnegie Group meeting in Ontario, Canada.
The past few months have seen Perimeter's Outreach team participate in the STAO conference, launch a new in-class module called Everday Einstein: GPS & Relativity, and present three successful Public Lectures, among other things.
PI is pleased to announce the appointment of eminent scientists Brian Greene, Renate Loll, Erik Verlinde and Birgitta Whaley to its SAC.
A recent episode of BBC's long-running and award winning Horizon documentary series examines big bang theories through the eyes of several noted scientists, including those at the Perimeter Institute.
The Next Einstein Initiative is gaining momentum with the support of the Sénégalese government, African Union and NEPAD.
The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), the centrepiece of Perimeter Institute's Global Outreach initiative, is one of five winners of Google's Project 10100.
The first lecture of the season will take place on October 6, 2010, featuring William R. Newman, Distinguished Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at Indiana University, highlighting a curious fascination of Sir Isaac Newton.
Perimeter Institute Faculty member Lee Smolin and Associate Faculty member Richard Cleve have been honoured with Canada's highest academic accolade.
Davide Gaitto is a recent recipient of a New Horizons in Physics Prize for emerging work as a young researcher, from the Fundamental Physics Prize Foundation. Learn more
Davide Gaiotto, a quantum field theorist from the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, will join Perimeter Institute as a faculty member in 2011.
A new paper published in Science by PI Associate Faculty member Luis Lehner and colleagues may provide a powerful tool for studying supermassive black holes.
PI researcher Christopher Fuchs was honoured for his "outstanding contributions to the theory of quantum communications including state disturbance."
A recent paper by PI postdoctoral researcher Roger Colbeck and colleagues has made Heisenberg's uncertainty principle a lot less uncertain in some situations.
The April-June 2010 edition of the Canadian Association of Physicists' quarterly publication highlights some of the exciting science being done at PI.
During his visit to PI, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced $20 million to help PI's Global Outreach department in its work to establish AIMS centres of excellence in Ethiopia, Ghana and Senegal.
In an article published in Science, a group including researchers from Perimeter Institute report the results of the most rigorous experimental test to date of Born's rule, one of the central postulates of quantum mechanics.
PI Associate Faculty member Niayesh Afshordi has been awarded an NSERC Discovery Accelerator Supplement for his research program on "Astrophysical windows into fundamental physics."
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