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Workshops & Conferences Be a Physicist for the Day 17 March 2011 Students from lower mainland BC will be particpating in CERN's Masterclass on March 18, where they will analyze real data from CERN.
Current Events Beam delivery update 12 December 2012 Current conditions: 5 µA to BL1A, 50 µA to BL2A2, and nA as needed to BL2C1. There is a brief maintenance period planned for tomorrow morning…
Current Events Beam delivery update 06 November 2013 The cyclotron is currently delivering ~130 µA to BL1A and 70 µA to BL2A. BL2C1 is off for the night. Delivery will continue with high currents in BL1A and BL2A and nA as needed for PIF use through the weekend. There will be no access to the ISAC-II experimental hall for ~4 hours starting at 09:00 tomorrow (Thursday). 
Current Events Beam delivery update 09 December 2014 Today’s planned beam development is still underway but is scheduled to wrap up by 20:30.
Current Events Beam delivery update 22 April 2013 The cyclotron is running – BL2A saw ~4.5 µA for most of the weekend – but is still very much in startup mode…
Current Events Beam delivery update 26 October 2012 The cyclotron is currently delivering ~115 µA to BL1A and 40 µA to BL2A2. Also: Movember…
Current Events Beam delivery update 31 May 2013 BL2A has been defined off to allow access to the mass separator room while the ISAC Controls group works to fix a controls communication issue. In the meantime, the cyclotron is delivering ~110 µA to BL1A and ~98 µA to BL2C4…
Current Events Beam delivery update 13 December 2012 Current conditions: 50 µA to BL2A2. PIF will resume on BL1B tomorrow…
Current Events Beam delivery update 07 November 2013 The cyclotron is running normally and delivering ~130 µA to BL1A, 70 µA to BL2A, and nA as needed to BL2C1 for PIF. This is still expected to continue through the weekend.
Current Events Beam delivery update 10 December 2014 The cyclotron is delivering 9.5 µA to BL2A, ~95 µA to BL2C4 for isotope production, and beam as needed to BL1B for PIF. BL2A may go off for a few hours if RIB is not needed overnight, but otherwise we expect to continue like this for the next few days.

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