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|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.
|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.