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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

TRIUMF Science Week, July 10 - 14, 2017

TRIUMF Science Week will be held from July 10 - 14, 2017. Click here for event details and registration information

Developing TRIUMF's Five-Year Plan 2020-25

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

2017 FYSRE Award Winner Gaurav Tenkila Joins DRAGON Team

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

TRIUMF Scientist to Become New ATLAS Physics Coordinator

Pierre Savard, Professor of Physics at the University of Toronto and TRIUMF Scientist, has been appointed the next Physics Coordinator of the ATLAS experiment

Headlines

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 radioisotopes

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. 

08 June 2017 -  Pierre Savard, Professor of Physics at the University of Toronto and TRIUMF Scientist, has been appointed the next Physics Coordinator of the ATLAS experiment at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC). 

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Research Highlights

19 May 2017 -  ARTMS Products Inc., Vancouver-based medical technology company that emerged from a TRIUMF-led consortium, has been selected as a finalist for the BC Tech Association’s 2017 Technology Impact Awards.

26 April 2017 -  The ARIEL facility reached a milestone in December 2016 with the successful installation of a 15-metre prototype of the Rare Isotope Beam (RIB) transport system.

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

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