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Developing TRIUMF's Five-Year Plan 2020-25

TRIUMF is starting to prepare its Five-Year Plan 2020-2025. Details here

Italian President Sergio Mattarella visits TRIUMF

On Friday, June 30th, TRIUMF welcomed His Excellency Sergio Matterella, President of Italy, and a delegation for a special visit.

Novel radiochemistry technique opens door to new PET imaging agents

Scientists from TRIUMF and SFU have found a new way to make PET radiotracers using a breakthrough fluorination technique. More here

International collaboration presents hint of CP violation by neutrinos

Preliminary analysis from T2K's latest data has strengthened its previous hint that the symmetry between matter and antimatter may be violated for neutrino oscillation. Read more

Headlines

10 July 2017 -  H.E. Sergio Matterella, President of Italy, and a delegation visited TRIUMF during a rare trip to Canada. 

20 June 2017 -  A team of researchers led by SFU scientists Matthew Nodwell, Robert Britton and TRIUMF scientists Hua Yang and Paul Schaffer has demonstrated a new method for producing radiotracers.

09 June 2017 -  TRIUMF is pleased to introduce UBC student Gaurav Tenkila, a 2017 FYSRE award winner and the most recent addition to the DRAGON team. 

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Research Highlights

04 August 2017 -  The international T2K Collaboration has strengthened its previous hint that the symmetry between matter and antimatter may be violated for neutrino oscillation. 

03 August 2017 -  The ALPHA Collaboration has reported the first detailed observation of spectral lines from an antimatter atom, opening a new chapter in antimatter research.

30 June 2017 -   A research paper published in Physical Review Letters is offering new insight into unraveling the mysteries of the strong nuclear force

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