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|Awards & Honours||31 January 2014||
TRIUMF graduate student Simon Viel is the recipient of one of the most prestigious fellowships in particle physics, the Chamberlain Fellowship at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
|Workshops & Conferences||21 January 2014||
Several members of TRIUMF's Theory Group attended the Vancouver-area Cosmology Meeting on Friday January 17, 2014 to share ideas and discuss new research developments.
|Current Events||10 January 2014||
On January 8, 2014, the Honourable Greg Rickford, Minister of State for Science and Technology toured TRIUMF to see examples of basic research, technology, and applications to industry and health care.
|From the Director||21 December 2013||
UBC's Professor Colin Gay has been named as chair of the Department of Physics and Astronomy for a 5.5 year term; Colin chairs TRIUMF's PPAC committee.
|Current Events||12 December 2013||
Three critical developments in the ARIEL project have been completed. The e-gun, the first cavity and the cold box are all ready thereby keeping the e-linac on track for completion by the end of next year.
|Current Events||06 December 2013||
TRIUMF congratulates Dr. Michael Roney from the University of Victoria, a leader of the BaBar collaboration, on his appointment as director of the Institute of Particle Physics.
|Current Events||03 December 2013||
As part of the “Unveiling the Universe” lecture series, Dr. Paul Schaffer delivered a captivating talk on the science behind medical isotope production, how those isotopes are used today, and how they could be used in the future.
|Current Events||20 November 2013||
On November 13-15, the International Peer Review Committee visited TRIUMF to assess its performance, progress, and plans for the future.
|Awards & Honours||19 November 2013||
Theoretical physicist Dr. Petr Navratil is part of an international team set to receive an INCITE award, affording them crucial supercomputing resources for ab initio calculations of light nuclei reactions.
|Awards & Honours||14 November 2013||
The Minerva Foundation for BC Women announced Lia Merminga, Head of Accelerator Division, as a recipient of the Women In Science award. Lia is recognized for her integrity, excellence, and vision.