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UCN Team Celebrates Major Milestone

On Tuesday November 22, the Ultracold Neutron (UCN) Collaboration at TRIUMF achieved a major milestone when the first proton beam was directed successfully on the neutron-production target. 

ALPHA shines light on antimatter question

ALPHA collaboration reports on the first spectroscopic laser measurement of antimatter atoms

ARTMS™ Products Inc. innovates to address the global medical isotope supply challenge

A TRIUMF-led consortium is granting sole rights for its proprietary technetium-99m production technology to ARTMS™ Products, Inc. More details here.

Public tours are back on at TRIUMF

Public tours at TRIUMF resume Wednesday, January 11th. For more details on how to visit Canada's national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics, click here

Global Physics Photowalk at the Vancouver Roundhouse

Go behind-the-scenes of the world’s biggest particle physics laboratories with the Global Physics Photowalk. 

Headlines

21 November 2016 -  TU Darmstadt's President, Dr. Hans Jürgen Prömel signed a Memorandum of Understanding alongside TRIUMF's Deputy Director Dr. Reiner Kruecken at TRIUMF on November 16th, 2016. 

06 October 2016 -  Today the B.C. Government announced an $8.7 million investment in a national initiative to bolster Canada’s world-class rare-isotope capabilities. 

14 September 2016 -  A TRIUMF-led consortium is granting sole rights for its proprietary technetium-99m production technology to ARTMS™ Products, Inc. 

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Research Highlights

19 December 2016 -  In a new Nature publication, ALPHA collaboration reports on the first spectroscopic laser measurement of antimatter atoms

15 December 2016 -  On Tuesday November 22, the Ultracold Neutron (UCN) Collaboration at TRIUMF achieved a major milestone when the first proton beam was directed successfully on the neutron-production target. 

28 October 2016 -  Alexander Held is a Physics PhD student at UBC who is a member of the ATLAS group at TRIUMF. He recently began an AMVA4NewPhysics Marie Sklodowska-Curie Early Stage Researcher fellowship at CERN. 

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