CIFAR Workshop on Astronomy/Cosmology and Artificial Intelligence
Optimizing AI/ML use in astronomy/cosmology, applying (astro)physics to AI's theoretical underpinnings
When the Universe calls, Raffaella Margutti answers
CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar makes quick decisions to catch the Universe’s most extreme events.
Canadian Neutron Initiative Roundtable: Towards a National Neutron Strategy
Canada needs to develop a strategy to maintain access to this indispensable tool for studying materials.
CIFAR researchers measure the duration of quantum tunnelling
How long does it take to do the apparently impossible?
James Peebles Receives the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics
A founding fellow of CIFAR’s Cosmology & Gravity program, Peebles’s work laid the foundation of modern cosmology.
Surgery without scars?
An amazing new instrument provides scar-free surgery and promises dramatic advances in wound healing and biodiagnostics
Towards a Molecular Map of the Cell: the Ultimate Limit to Drug Discovery
On April 15, 2019, CIFAR convened a roundtable to discuss the technological advances, both existing and required, to gen
Finding the line between life and death
Hyun Youk has been trying to zero in on the quantitative principles that set living systems apart from non-living ones
In Memoriam: Jules Carbotte (1938-2019)
CIFAR, Canada and the world have lost a brilliant physicist, a gregarious community builder and a kind heart in Jules Ca