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TRIUMF Appoints New AAPS President and CEO to Lead Technology Commercialization Arm

Ms. Kathryn Hayashi has been appointed as President and CEO of the TRIUMF's non-profit commercialization arm, Advanced Applied Physics Solutions Inc. (AAPS).

ALPHA shines light on antimatter question

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

CERN-TRIUMF collaboration opens new avenues for particle acceleration

TRIUMF scientists and members of the Advanced Wakefield Experiment (AWAKE) have announced a major milestone in the pursuit of proton-driven wakefield-based acceleration. Details here

Emma passes her first test

TRIUMF's Electromagnetic Mass Analyzer (EMMA) recently achieved a major breakthrough when it was tested for the first time with a heavy ion beam

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

01 February 2017 -  TRIUMF is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Kathryn Hayashi as President and CEO of the laboratory’s non-profit commercialization arm, Advanced Applied Physics Solutions Inc. (AAPS). Hayashi will assume leadership of AAPS effective February 6, 2017.

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. 

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Research Highlights

31 January 2017 -   In December 2016, EMMA  achieved a major breakthrough when it was tested for the first time with a heavy ion beam.

26 January 2017 -   The TRIUMF Users Group and the ARIEL Project Management Team hosted a Town Hall meeting in the TRIUMF auditorium to discuss the ARIEL-II project plan, construction schedule and community feedback plan with the users in attendance. 

23 January 2017 -  On December 10, 2016, members of the Advanced Wakefield Experiment (AWAKE) at CERN announced a major milestone in the pursuit of a novel particle acceleration method, proton-driven wakefield-based acceleration

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