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Aug 27, 2015
Climate Change: One of the Grand Challenge Problems in All of Science - Interview with Dick Peltier
Usually the problem of climate change is solely described as the increase in temperature since the beginning of the industrialization of the Northern Hemisphere. People discuss the impact of rising temperatures on the Arctic, but how does climate change affect us on a regional scale, where we actually live? more...
Aug 19, 2015
Written in Light - Interview with Aephraim Steinberg
Do you remember tin can telephones? You and a friend would each be holding an empty can, connected by a string stretched out tightly. You could speak to one another, with the string carrying the sound waves from one end to the other. more...
Jul 07, 2015
New CIFAR research program co-directed by R.J. Dwayne Miller and Oliver P. Ernst advertised in The Globe and Mail.
Jun 30, 2015 Retreating sea ice could mean a colder Europe
Retreating sea ice could mean a colder Europe
Professor G.W.K. Moore and his colleagues in Great Britain, Norway and the United States have published a paper in Nature.com raising awareness of the fact that retreating sea ice in the Iceland and Greenland seas may be changing the circulation of warm and cold water in the Atlantic Ocean and could ultimately affect the climate in Europe. more...
May 07, 2015
What’s the easiest tool to explain the most complex ideas in physics? Lego
Professor Amanda Peet featured in the National Post on May 6, 2015 in advance of her lecture at the Perimeter Institute. more...
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Events
High Energy Theory Seminar Sep 15, 2015
Pedro Vieira: TBA 
Biological Physics Sep 17, 2015
Dr. Amy Caudy: Expanding the biochemical network with full scan metabolomics 
Physics Colloquium Sep 17, 2015
Jagadeesh Moodera: TBA 
Physics Colloquium Sep 24, 2015
Jean-Luc Thiffeault: A mathematical history of taffy pullers 
CQIQC Seminar Sep 25, 2015
Girish Agarwal: Dicke Superradiance, Entanglement and Quantum Interference 
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