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Dr. Schaffer uses accelerators to develop tools and techniques to advance the field of nuclear medicine. He discusses the promise advanced medical isotopes hold for disease diagnostics and therapeutics, and his team’s award-winning efforts to produce a secure supply of critical medical isotopes.
In this free public lecture series hosted by TRIUMF at Science World, scientists from around the world come to Vancouver and share the biggests mysteries and advances facing science and physics today.
All lectures are recorded and available in the archive catalogue.
Dr. Murayama lives to solve nature’s elemental puzzles like eccentric particles, dark matter and why our universe is expanding so swiftly.
In this 90-minute seminar he discusses what we are doing to figure out "Where do we come from?"
Technetium-99 (Tc-99m) is a commonly used medical isotope used in diagnostic imaging of the heart, brain, and bones. TRIUMF and partners have created an innovative solution to alleviate the predicted global shortfall of medical isotopes production.
Created by Ballistic Arts.
TRIUMF's newest facility, ARIEL will help lead the way in alleviating future medical isotope shortages while keeping B.C. and Canada at the forefront of particle and nuclear physics.
A peek inside of our lab - 99 things you can do at TRIUMF, in three minutes!
Narrated videos introducing research topics at TRIUMF:
Premiered at TRIUMF's 40th Anniversary Open House!
Educational videos targeted at Grade 12 high-school physics students