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|Current Events||07 July 2012||
Another milestone in ARIEL construction was reached this past Friday: the refurbished Electron Hall was linked directly to the ARIEL beam tunnel. Workers broke through the six-foot concrete wall separating the two.
|Current Events||01 August 2014||
Antimatter is used in pop culture as a means of space propulsion (Star Trek) or destruction (Angels and Demons). In the recent Unveiling the Universe lecture, Makoto Fujiwara pointed out that antimatter is “not science fiction, it is science fact" and presented the work that trapped, studied, and understood antimatter.
|Current Events||24 June 2014||
ARIEL hits another milestone! On May 23, ARIEL received its Operating License from the CNSC, allowing the e-linac to generate beam. To test the e-linac’s components, including the SRF cavity, the first electron beam was produced on June 1.
|Current Events||01 April 2014||
Arrival of neighbouring BierCraft restaurant triggers innovation, as designs are drawn for expansion to UCN facility.
|Current Events||26 May 2014||
As part of a new initiative to stimulate interest in science, the Richmond Public Library has created a S&T lecture series with the inaugural talks presented by TRIUMF scientists.
|Current Events||23 October 2012||
As part of the Future Science Leaders program with Science World, TRIUMF had the opportunity to host two very talented young students.
|Current Events||08 April 2014||
As part of the TED conference in Vancouver last month, a group of 25 delegates were treated to an exclusive tour of the cyclotron vault and GMP labs. They discovered how a TRIUMF-led collaboration is working on a Made-in-Canada solution to address the threat of a global medical isotope shortage.
|Current Events||03 December 2013||
As part of the “Unveiling the Universe” lecture series, Dr. Paul Schaffer delivered a captivating talk on the science behind medical isotope production, how those isotopes are used today, and how they could be used in the future.
|Current Events||23 May 2014|