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July 31 ARIEL Snapshot 31 July 2015  - to be published soon -
Beam delivery update: ISIS backplate change tomorrow 27 July 2015 The cyclotron is presently delivering ~95 µA to BL2C4 and nA as needed to BL1B for PIF. This is expected to continue until the start of maintenance at 08:30 tomorrow morning.
Beam delivery update: BL1B and BL2C4 operation until Tuesday 24 July 2015 The cyclotron is currently delivering ~95 µA of 100-MeV protons to BL2C4 and ~2,500 480-MeV protons per second as needed to BL1B…
Experimental Result Antineutrino Appearance from T2K 24 July 2015 T2K observes three candidate electron antineutrino events in the muon antineutrino beam at SK. TRIUMF's Mark Scott and University of Victoria's Jordan Myslik describe how the collaboration’s latest results are beginning to hint at an answer for understanding asymmetry in the Universe.
July 24 ARIEL Snapshot 24 July 2015  
Beam delivery update: BL2A off, BL1 extraction foil change tomorrow 23 July 2015 The cyclotron is currently delivering ~95 µA to BL2C4 and protons as needed to BL1B for PIF. BL2A is being used as a low-current (~4 µA) dump to facilitate delivery to BL1B.
Beam delivery update: ISAC end-of-target work tomorrow 22 July 2015 The cyclotron has been delivering 70 µA to BL2A, ~95 µA to BL2C4, and protons as needed to BL1B for PIF since late yesterday evening; this is expected to continue through the night.
Awards & Honours Accelerators Attract Marie-Curie Fellow 22 July 2015 Marie-Curie International Outgoing fellow Tobi Junginger knew he needed to see the bigger picture to grasp the small details. The German native will call Vancouver home for two years while he conducts research on accelerators with the RF/SRF group.
Beam delivery update: Operation resuming 21 July 2015 Ops is in the process of bringing up the BL2A current in order to have more current circulating at high energy before trying to extract beam into beamline 1. The hope is to run with 70 µA in BL2A, ~95 µA in BL2C4, and nA as needed in BL1B.
Beam delivery update: Maintenance/development tomorrow 20 July 2015 The cyclotron’s running normally and delivering ~100 µA to BL1A, 70 µA to BL2A, and ~95 µA to BL2C4 while at ISAC, 28Mg is being delivered to TIGRESS for experiment S1554. This is expected to continue until the start of maintenance tomorrow morning.

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