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|Current Events||06 July 2012||
TRIUMF Research Scientist, Oliver Stelzer-Chilton, was recently elected as a council member of the Insitute of Particle Physics.
|Current Events||28 June 2012||
Tom Ruth, who launched the nuclear-medicine program at TRIUMF nearly three decades ago, fully retired from TRIUMF in late June.
|Awards & Honours||12 June 2012||
TRIUMF Research Scientist, Anadi Canepa, was recently nominated to be co-convenor of the SUSY group for the ATLAS experiment at CERN.
|Awards & Honours||28 May 2012||
Former TRIUMF student, Wilson Brenna, recently won the Inaugural Stoicheff Scholarship, awarded by the Canadian Associaition of Physicists.
|Current Events||17 May 2012||
TRIUMF recently hosted the annual spring meeting of the InterActions collaboration, an international group of particle physics communicators.
|Awards & Honours||27 April 2012||
Robert Myers has been awarded the CAP-TRIUMF Vogt Medal for Contributions to Subatomic Physics for his work on string theory.
|Current Events||20 April 2012||
TRIUMF is looking for scientists passionate about their work and interested in public speaking
|Workshops & Conferences||19 April 2012||
High school students from the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island attended the Particle Physics Masterclass at UBC and UVic.
|From the Director||12 April 2012||
Jean-Michel Poutissou, and his wife Renee, fully retired from TRIUMF at the beginning of April. Over the years, they have contributed to nearly every success of the lab.
|Current Events||04 April 2012||
TRIUMF scientist, Makoto Fujiwara, has won the 2011 John Dawson Award for his work on the ALPHA project at CERN.