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Learn more about the major research thrusts at TRIUMF.
Get an overview of the major on-site research facilities at TRIUMF.
If your experiment is approved to run at TRIUMF, look here to see what's required to make it happen.
The rare-isotope science program centres around the ISAC facility. Look here for news and information.
Conferences and lectures allow scientists and students to trade ideas and report on results.
This group forms basis of the network of scientists and users that work or visit TRIUMF for their research.
Areas of Research
TRIUMF brings together physics, chemistry, and biology in one of Canada's premier centres of excellence for nuclear medicine. New methods for disease detection and treatment are being developed.
TRIUMF has the world's largest cyclotron, which is used to generate exotic atoms for unlocking the secrets of the stars and discovering the medical isotopes of the future.
TRIUMF studies the detailed nature of materials revealing new levels of complexity---and simplicity.
TRIUMF helps Canadians understand the universe by providing tools, skills, and infrastructure for some of the world's most sophisticated research projects.
TRIUMF's theory groups pairs analytical and computational prowess with cutting-edge experiments to create breakthroughs in fundamental understanding.
TRIUMF is Canada's steward for accelerators and drives the development of higher power, more efficient, and more effective accelerators.