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|Current Events||19 January 2012||
At a news conference held at the Vancouver Aquarium and MC'd by TRIUMF's Tim Meyer, enthusiasm and anticipation kicked off for the upcoming AAAS conference (Feb 16-20 in Vancouver) that will attract upwards of 8,000 top scientists.
|From the Director||03 May 2013||
At a recent meeting of its Board of Directors, AAPS, Inc. appointed Jim Hanlon as its new CEO and President. Jim will continue as TRIUMF's Head of the Business and Administration Division.
|Current Events||10 May 2013||
At its recent meeting, TRIUMF's Board of Management approved McGill University as an associate member of the consortium of universities that owns and operates Canada's national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics.
|Current Events||05 August 2011||
At the 11th Annual Summer Student Symposium, 23 undergraduate students shared what they have learned during their summer at TRIUMF.
|From the Director||29 January 2013||
BC Deputy Minister for Innovation and Technology Cairine MacDonald visited TRIUMF on Tuesday morning and learned about the broad research and innovation program.
|Current Events||14 January 2013||
Bombadier, Inc.'s Sylvain Lévesque has accepted appointment to the TRIUMF Board of Management as a representative of Canada's private-sector.
|Current Events||10 July 2012||
Canada's contribution to and participation in the Higgs breakthrough shouldn't be taken for granted. Governments, scientists, and the public had to work together.
|From the Director||08 January 2013||
Canada's first astronaut, Marc Garneau, M.P., returned to TRIUMF to talk with scientists and witness the progress in advancing isotopes for science and medicine.
|Current Events||29 May 2009||
Canada's Minister of Natural Resources and Minister of Health announced the Government's plan to establish an Expert Review Panel for Long-Term Isotope Supply Solutions. TRIUMF supports these steps and looks forward to contributing to the process.
|Current Events||27 September 2012||
Canada's top six fields of research include physics and astronomy, driven in part by particle & nuclear physics, according to a new report.