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Susama Agarwala presents a mathematical analysis of who survives and who doesn’t.

A new book from Kids Can Press tells how Emmy Noether’s beautiful math became famous, while she, a Jewish woman,…

A round-up of what’s up: the latest news from Perimeter, a look at the recent work of researchers and alumni,…

Enjoy an arts-and-crafts project for times of physical distancing — and a chance to meet some unsung scientific pioneers you…

Participants at the first Simons Emmy Noether Workshop gathered to tackle thorny issues, from the nature of spacetime to systemic…

When mathematician Yvette Kosmann-Schwarzbach set out to write about Emmy Noether’s now ubiquitous theorems, she was surprised to learn that…

The giants of science are mostly male. But not all of them – and that discovery can prove deeply revelatory,…

What better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than by putting three new posters of pioneering scientists on your wall?

A century ago, Emmy Noether published a theorem that would change mathematics and physics. Here’s an all-ages guided tour through…

Quantum gravity researcher Sumati Surya has spent her sabbatical year at Perimeter — and moved her family with her from…