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|Current Events||03 September 2010||
On Sept. 2, 2010, the Consul General of Japan for Vancouver visited TRIUMF. Mr Hideki Ito met with leading researchers from Japan and Canada and learned about the history of strong partnerships with TRIUMF.
|Awards & Honours||16 December 2010||
A special ceremony on Thursday, December 16, 2010, celebrated the recognition of first beams from TRIUMF’s main cyclotron in 1974 as an engineering milestone for Canada.
|Workshops & Conferences||05 October 2013||
TRIUMF was privileged to host the 20th International Conference on Cyclotrons and their Applications a few weeks ago; the conference attracted 250 experts and students to discuss this exciting field.
|Awards & Honours||08 October 2009||
Last month, D-Pace was recognized as a Canadian Innovation Leader for its role in linking scientific research to commercialization, jobs, and economic growth within the commercial accelerator industry.
|Awards & Honours||27 January 2010||
|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!
|Awards & Honours||10 November 2009||
Dr. Michel Gingras, who spent some of his formative years at TRIUMF as a research associate in the Theory Group, has been awarded the 2009 Canadian Association of Physicists Brockhouse Medal.
|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||26 August 2010||
On August 4, the TeraChem* 2010 Committee announced the winners of the Marino Nicolini Prize. One of the winners is Dr. Suzanne Lapi (Suzy), who submitted a paper based on the MoRe isotope-separation project.
|Current Events||04 September 2007||
TRIUMF and PSI (Paul Scherrer Institute) — the Swiss research institute for natural and engineering sciences — share a long history of collaboration for the design, construction and exploitation of their large high intensity cyclotrons.