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|Experimental Result||13 December 2012||
Experimental work from TRIUMF fed into a U.S. DOE experiment that has shed light on the role of highly-charged iron isotopes in stellar evolution.
|Experimental Result||12 March 2013||
Flashforward! Since the discovery last July, TRIUMF ATLAS and CMS researchers are flourishing with data, analyzing results, and continue to decipher the Higgs boson particle puzzle.
|Student Stories||02 April 2012||
Former TRIUMF student, Nick Zacchia, had a hand in creating a miniature electron accelerator for his Capstone project at Concordia University.
|Student Stories||21 May 2013||
Four of Canada's top undergraduate students received this year's TRIUMF Undergraduate Summer Research Awards to honour their dedication and potential in physics and engineering research.
|Student Stories||10 August 2011||
Gabriel writes about his final week here at TRIUMF where he learns about the M20 beam line with co-op student Theresa LeRoss.
|Student Stories||09 July 2012||
Grade 10 student Carmen Wong is visiting TRIUMF for 5 weeks. She is at TRIUMF as part of the Emerging Aboriginal Scholars Summer Camp put on by the Pacific Institute for Mathematical Sciences.
|Experimental Result||09 May 2012||
HALO, a neutrino detector located in SNOLAB, is now up and running. TRIUMF researcher, Stan Yen, played a significant role in the design and construction of the detector.
|Experimental Result||22 August 2011||
Heroic efforts make the commissioning of Beam Line 1A after extensive repairs and the refurbishing of Target Module 1 very successful. Congratulations to the hard-working teams!
|Experimental Result||02 April 2013||
It's that time of the year again when the once energetic paperclips lie limp atop of our Meson Hall's tables while TRIUMF’s cyclotron is turned off for major maintenance activities.
|Experimental Result||28 April 2009||
MDS Nordion and TRIUMF announced on Tuesday, April 28, 2009, that they have signed an agreement to study the feasibility of producing a viable and reliable supply of photo-fission-produced molybdenum-99 (Mo-99) used globally for diagnostic medical imaging.