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|Current Events||03 October 2011||
Scientific leaders release a global vision for the future of particle physics illsutrating the worldwide commitment to revealing the hidden nature of space and time.
|Current Events||15 December 2009||
On December 11, 2009 Glen Stinson of Edmonton died peacefully at the age of 69 years. He was instrumental in the early years of TRIUMF and will be missed.
|Current Events||05 December 2012||
His Excellency Werner Wnendt, Abassador of Germany to Canada, visited TRIUMF this past Tuesday to learn about the laboratory's global connections and look for opportunities to expand international partnerships.
|Awards & Honours||12 September 2008||
Gerald Oakham, a TRIUMF research scientist, was recently selected as one of the “Top 50 People in the Capital,” an annual feature produced by Ottawa Life magazine.
|Current Events||07 May 2013||
Rare-isotope beam physics is a rapidly growing field around the world. Senior management from France's GANIL laboratory visited TRIUMF last month to discuss enhanced collaboration and partnership opportunites.
|Current Events||23 October 2012||
As part of the Future Science Leaders program with Science World, TRIUMF had the opportunity to host two very talented young students.
|Current Events||17 December 2008||
On December 2, 2008, a team of scientists, engineers, and technicians, led by Dr. Keerthi Jayamanna, first accelerated a multi-charge stable ion beam of Ar7+ from the OLIS (“Off Line Ion Source”) facility through the ISAC acceleration system.
|Current Events||23 January 2013||
Dr. Lyn Evans, project leader for building the LHC, will be speaking at a free public lecture on February 20 in Vancouver. He will talk about some of the design features and technical challenges that make the LHC such an awe-inspiring scientific instrument.
|Current Events||24 January 2011||
Today the Government of Canada announced a $6 million investment to develop an alternative medical-isotope production technology proposed by four Canadian labs.
|Awards & Honours||25 November 2008||
The Vancouver Sun announced on November 19 its plans to determine by popular vote the 150 most influential citizens in the history of British Columbia. The "British Columbia’s Best" contest was initiated in honour of the 150th anniversary of British Columbia. We are proud to announce that several individuals with a strong connection to TRIUMF made the list, including Erich Vogt and John Warren.