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|Current Events||22 April 2014||
On April 01, Dr. Urs Obrist, Science, Research, and Education Officer of the Embassy of Switzerland, visited TRIUMF, meeting scientists with collaborations in Switzerland and experienced the lab in action during a tour.
|Awards & Honours||17 April 2014||
On April 1, 2014, TRIUMF was formally admitted as an institutional member of the Royal Society of Canada, the senior Canadian collegium of distinguished scholars, artists, and scientists.
|Current Events||11 April 2014||
A new exhibition will be on display at Science World this spring, providing visitors of all ages an opportunity to contemplate science from an artistic perspective. It showcases artists’ fascination with scientific topics ranging from the cosmos to particle behavior.
|Current Events||09 April 2014||
Dr. Mathieu Leporini, Science and Technology attaché of the French Consulate in Vancouver, visited TRIUMF to support the lab in leveraging knowledge and resources across France and Canada to work towards common scientific goals.
|Current Events||08 April 2014||
As part of the TED conference in Vancouver last month, a group of 25 delegates were treated to an exclusive tour of the cyclotron vault and GMP labs. They discovered how a TRIUMF-led collaboration is working on a Made-in-Canada solution to address the threat of a global medical isotope shortage.
|Current Events||01 April 2014||
Arrival of neighbouring BierCraft restaurant triggers innovation, as designs are drawn for expansion to UCN facility.
|Current Events||31 March 2014||
Two TRIUMF scientists shared their passion for physics with Canadian undergraduates as part of this year's Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) Lecture Tour.
|Awards & Honours||26 March 2014||
Dr. Petr Navratil, leader of the Theory Group, has been elected as a Fellow of the American Physical Society in recognition of his “seminal contributions to the development of ab initio nuclear structure and reaction theory.”
|From the Director||18 March 2014||
After a seven month, highly competitive, international search for TRIUMF’s next director, the laboratory’s Board of Management announced today that Dr. Jonathan Bagger, Krieger-Eisenhower Professor and Vice Provost at the Johns Hopkins University, will join TRIUMF this summer as the laboratory’s next director.
|Current Events||11 March 2014||
Last month, a group of radioisotope and accelerator scientists from Scotland visited TRIUMF, investigating possible avenues for collaboration in medical isotope production and the advancement of accelerator technology.