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|Awards & Honours||06 October 2009||
Canadian physicist Willard S. Boyle recieved a phone call early this morning with news that would change his life forever: his 1969 co-invention was being recognized by the Nobel Prize committee with a share of this year's Physics Prize.
|Current Events||18 November 2009||
Health care workers, patients and experts have their say on video about the ongoing medical-isotope shortage and its impact on Canadians and the world.
|Awards & Honours||19 April 2010||
Phil Freeman, teacher at Richmond Secondary School, is awarded the first ever CAP High School Physics Teacher Award for the BC region for his contributions to physics education. Congratulations!
|Awards & Honours||12 May 2011||
Peter Vogel at Notre Dame Regional Secondary School in Vancouver has been recognized for his excellence in teaching high school physics.
|Awards & Honours||24 November 2014||
Stephanie Sajatovich of Halifax was selected as the 2014 Award for Excellence in Teaching High School Physics, winner for the Atlantic region, and chose to take her research experience at TRIUMF during the week of Oct 20-24.
|Current Events||03 October 2008||
Today, October 3, TRIUMF hosted one of several Grid Fest celebrations occurring simultaneously around the world.
|Awards & Honours||17 May 2010||
Dr. Mathew Farrer is the UBC inaugural Canada Excellence Research Chair in neurogenetics and translational neuroscience---areas of research driven forward by TRIUMF's supply of innovative imaging agents using medical isotopes.
|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, inno