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|Awards & Honours||23 January 2013||
Pierre Savard (TRIUMF and Univ of Toronto) has been named Radio-Canada's "2012 Scientist of the Year" for his remarkable contribution, along with other Canadian scientists on the ATLAS team, to the discovery of the Higgs boson particle.
|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||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.
|From the Director||08 January 2013||
Canada's first astronaut, Marc Garneau, M.P., returned to TRIUMF to talk with scientists and witness the progress in advancing isotopes for science and medicine.
|Current Events||07 January 2013||
TRIUMF's ARIEL project took delivery of a 77,000 pound oversize helium-storage tank this weekend and test-fitted its position using powerful cranes at daybreak on Monday.
|Current Events||29 December 2012||
TRIUMF's engineering talent is recognized by professional peers; Aurelia Laxdal achieves P.Eng. credential and joins almost 20 other Professional Engineers at TRIUMF.
|Awards & Honours||21 December 2012||
Six Canadian physicists were elected to become Fellows of the American Physical Society, recognizing outstanding contributions to physics. Congrats to TRIUMF's Jens Dilling & Don Fleming (also UBC)!
|Current Events||19 December 2012||
Particle physics enters the mainstream with ATLAS spokesperson Fabiola Gianotti grabbing Runner-Up for TIME Magazine's 2012 Person of the Year. Congrats to Fabiola, the ATLAS team, and ATLAS-Canada!
|From the Director||18 December 2012||
Senior visitors from Canada paid CERN a visit in late November to learn more about present and future Canadian involvement in the quest for understanding the basic ingredients of our universe and how they interact.
|Current Events||17 December 2012|