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|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||
During her last week at TRIUMF, Carmen spent time wtih Conny Hoehr to learn about proton therapy and the PIF & NIF facility.
|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||31 July 2014||
For four years, TRIUMF has been involved with the Emerging Aboriginal Scholars program. This year, TRIUMF hosted two high school students, Genevieve Capilano from North Vancouver and Liam Gamble from Prince Rupert. Read on for accounts of their experience at the lab.
|Experimental Result||21 October 2013||
For the first time ever, Astatine-209 was successfully recovered from TRIUMF's ISAC facility for use in nuclear medicine, a breakthrough in theranostic isotope research.
|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.