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|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.
|Awards & Honours||14 April 2011||
Carleton University physics professor and TRIUMF senior scientist David Sinclair will receive the inaugural CAP-TRIUMF Vogt Medal for Contributions to Subatomic Physics.
|Current Events||29 November 2012||
CFI paid a visit to TRIUMF on Wednesday to get a personal look at some of the projects they've supported as well as to learn how TRIUMF manages its portfolio of research, training, and innovation.
|Current Events||12 November 2013||
Chelsea, Ben and Sebastien received top honours at the annual Canadian Undergraduate Physics Conference, hosted by McMaster University this October.