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|Workshops & Conferences||12 September 2007||
The CHEP Conference provided an international forum for delegates to exchange information on their computing experiences and to review recent, ongoing, and future activities for their community.
|Current Events||20 March 2009||
On Monday, March 16, Mr. Guo Jianping, Vice President of Zhejiang Academy of Medical Sciences visited TRIUMF, leading a delegation of five medical executives from China's Zhejiang province, The delegation was hosted by Dr. Jianming Lu, a TRIUMF scientist and president of the fledging JML Biopharmaceuticals company.
|Current Events||12 February 2013||
Last September, hundreds of photographers streamed into particle physics laboratories around the world to produce photographs of the laboratories, in all their beauty and complexity. It's time to vote for the winners!
|Awards & Honours||13 January 2010||
TRIUMF scientist, Dr. Chris Oram spent 325 days last year cycling with his wife from Bangkok, Thailand to Paris, France, crossing 22 countries through Asia and Europe.
|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.
|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||11 February 2010||
Ian Thorson (February 22 1934- January 26 2010) will be deeply missed by his family and friends. His expertise in radiation shielding and safety contributed greatly to TRIUMF.
|From the Director||04 October 2011||
With regard to recent CBC news coverage of magnetized-target fusion technology, TRIUMF makes several observations about its institutional perspective.
|Current Events||22 August 2008||
On the evening of August 21, 2008, Marcello Pavan, TRIUMF scientist, carried a large cardboard box of green and red plastic balls into the Old Barn Community Centre. “Don’t give the surprise away,” he told me as I taped the small balls together to model the nucleus of a large atom.
|Workshops & Conferences||07 November 2011||
TRIUMF was proud to play host to the world's leading physics-based computer experts as the HEPiX conference took place downtown.