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|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.
|Current Events||14 April 2010||
The Government of Canada released its "Response to the Report of the Expert Review Panel on Medical-Isotope Production." TRIUMF is positioned to play a major role with cyclotrons and linear accelerators.
|Workshops & Conferences||19 June 2008||
In April, physicists from the GSI (Gesellschaft fuer Schwerionenforschung) laboratory in Darmstadt, Germany, met with TRIUMF researchers at a three-day workshop to discuss nuclear structure, astrophysics, detector development, theory, and isotope production.
|Current Events||13 January 2009||
Last Friday, January 9, 2009 Bruce Ralston, a Member of Legislative Assembly from Surrey-Whalley was a guest at TRIUMF's facilities. He visited to learn more about TRIUMF and its contribution to British Columbia.
|Current Events||21 October 2009||
The 2009/2010 Saturday Morning Lecture Series kicked- off its first event this past weekend. The morning featured a lecture on short-term climate variability & prediction and a science and technology career panel.
|Current Events||22 October 2008||
With National Science and Technology Week in full swing across Canada, and the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) inauguration ceremony occurring at CERN, TRIUMF held its own celebratory event on October 21. The day was called Science on the World Stage in recognition of the international scope of the LHC as well as the global impact of science itself. The event was aimed primarily at high school students.
|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.
|Workshops & Conferences||17 March 2011||
Students from lower mainland BC will be particpating in CERN's Masterclass on March 18, where they will analyze real data from CERN.
|Awards & Honours||25 April 2008||
Congratulations to Sen Mei, from Penticton Secondary School, and Darien Niamir, from Collingwood High School in West Vancouver, for being selected as the recipients of this year’s BC Innovation Council (BCIC) / TRIUMF High School Fellowship award.
|Workshops & Conferences||01 November 2010||
On Friday, October 22, 2010, 60 British Columbia high school math and sci