Constructing a New Accelerator
Once complete in 2015, the Advanced Rare IsotopE Laboratory (ARIEL) will enable TRIUMF to expand Canada’s capabilities in producing and studying isotopes for physics and medicine.
23 May 2013 - The careful disassembly of the tower crane represents the completion of a year's worth of work, from the site excavation to the establishment of ARIEL's concrete structure. The end of construction is near!
23 May 2013 - On Europe Day – a widely celebrated day in Europe- key speakers were invited to a symposium held at UBC campus to discuss Canadian and European cultural and economic ties through the lens of science and history.
14 May 2013 - The international editorial board of Nuclear Physics News met at TRIUMF for their biannual editorial board meeting to map out topics for future issues, tour TRIUMF and better understand its rare-isotope beam programs.
21 May 2013 - Four of Canada's top undergraduate students received this year's TRIUMF Undergraduate Summer Research Awards to honour their dedication and potential in physics and engineering research.
09 May 2013 - CERN's ISOLDE collaboration recently announced progress with analyzing the shapes of heavy, rare isotopes. TRIUMF's RadonEDM experiment will follow on the heels and is poised for dramatic progress with its Ion-Guide Laser Ion Source.
07 May 2013 - Congratulations to Eric Price and Hua Yang on their success! Their originality and competitiveness manifest as they receive top prizes for the Nuclear Medicine sector of TRIUMF.