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|Current Events||03 July 2013||
Join Dr. Hitoshi Murayama of the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (IPMU) as he discusses the mysteries of the universe during the free public lecture at Science World.
|Awards & Honours||02 July 2013||
In partnership with the Canadian Association of Physicists, the Institute of Particle Physics, and others, TRIUMF is proud to announce the winners of this year's 2013 CAP Award for Excellence in Teaching High School/CEGEP Physics.
|From the Director||20 June 2013||
TRIUMF's Director, Nigel Lockyer has been selected to become the next director of Fermliab in the U.S. He will be stepping into this new role in the autumn.
|From the Director||18 June 2013||
TRIUMF was recently invited to join the Technology Education and Careers Council for the Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of British Columbia professional association.
|Awards & Honours||10 June 2013||
UWaterloo researcher Jamie Forrest and colleague Kari Dalnoki-Veress honoured for their work in dynamics and morphology of confined soft materials by the Canadian Association of Physicists.
|Current Events||09 June 2013||
With Canadian-developed tools and technology, a national team led by TRIUMF has reached a crucial milestone at the BC Cancer Agency in developing and deploying alternatives for supplying the key medical isotope Tc-99m.
|Current Events||06 June 2013||
Dr. Tom Ruth has been appointed for a two-year term to serve as a healthcare expert to the international agency whose mission is to promote safe, secure and peaceful use of nuclear technologies.
|Awards & Honours||04 June 2013||
UVic Ph.D. candidate Doug Storey announced as a winner of the NSERC Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship for his work in accelerator physics at TRIUMF. Congratulations!
|Current Events||30 May 2013||
The CERN Council formally adopted an update to the European strategy for particle physics, noting that cross-border collaboration in science pays dividends for Europe in terms of knowledge, innovation, education and training.
|Current Events||23 May 2013||
The careful disassembly of the tower crane represents the completion of a year's worth of work, from the site excavation to the establishment of ARIEL's concrete structure. The end of construction is near!