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|Experimental Result||19 June 2012||
An international team of scientists including Canadians has squeezed new results out of the BaBar particle-physics experiment in the U.S. One analysis shows a slight excess compared to Standard Model predictions.
|Experimental Result||22 June 2012||
An international team of scientists including TRIUMF's Reiner Kruecken have announced success in producing, isolating, and studying the exotic Tin-100 isotope, an atom that is "doubly magic" because it has a special and equal number of protons and neutrons.
|Experimental Result||12 October 2012||
Annika Voss, part of the Laser Spectroscopy Group, writes about a recently completed experiment where the first high-resolution measurement of atomic hyperfine spectra in three new isotopes of Francium were made.
|Experimental Result||27 October 2012||
Artists in Vancouver have been wrestling with a topic in particle physics; learn about the topic, see their work, and listen to a panel discussion on Nov 1-3 at Emily Carr University at Granville Island.
|Experimental Result||19 July 2013||
At today's meeting of the European Physical Society, TRIUMF's Michael Wilking announced a new breakthrough in understanding neutrinos, nature's most elusive particles.
|Experimental Result||09 May 2013||
CERN's ISOLDE collaboration recently announced progress with analyzing the shapes of heavy, rare isotopes. TRIUMF's RadonEDM experiment will follow on the heels and is poised for dramatic progress with its Ion-Guide Laser Ion Source.
|Experimental Result||04 April 2013||
Delving into one of today's greatest mysteries in physics, AMS announced the first results in its search for dark matter.
|Student Stories||13 August 2012|