UofT researchers among 50 Canadians engaged in CHIME

A radio telescope in B.C. begins probing the heavens for signs of the expansion of our universe and the mysterious forces behind it. Ivan Semeniuk takes a closer look. Click here to read the full story in The Globe and Mail.

University of Toronto: CHIME is product of 50 Canadian scientists, including from University of Toronto

As a result of a Canadian collaboration a new type of telescope is detecting the cosmos. The University of Toronto collaborates to help build one of the largest astronomical research instruments in the world.

Most noteworthy, Kirsty Duncan, Canada’s minister of science, installed the final piece of this radio telescope that, as a result, will bring to light some mysteries from the universe. Click here to read the fully story in U of T News.

Photo Credit: CHIME; Andre Renard, Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics, University of Toronto