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|Workshops & Conferences||28 February 2014||
From February 18-21, TRIUMF’s Theory Group hosted the Nuclear Structure and Reactions: Experimental and Ab Initio Theoretical Perspectives workshop. Forty scientists gathered to share their latest results, exchange new ideas, and establish new collaborations.
|Awards & Honours||25 February 2014||
The 2013 Suwa Award was presented to the J-PARC Neutrino Beam Group last week in Japan, to celebrate the achievement of the world’s highest-intensity neutrino beam, used in the T2K experiment.
|Experimental Result||13 February 2014||
A new electron neutrino appearance result from the T2K collaboration was published this week, bringing researchers one step closer to answering one of the greatest puzzles of particle physics: why is there more matter than antimatter in our universe?
|Awards & Honours||03 February 2014||
For its role in creating, trapping, and studying atoms of antihydrogen, the ALPHA Canada team led by TRIUMF's Makoto Fujiwara has received the NSERC John C. Polanyi Prize.
|Awards & Honours||31 January 2014||
TRIUMF graduate student Simon Viel is the recipient of one of the most prestigious fellowships in particle physics, the Chamberlain Fellowship at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
|University Stories||23 January 2014||
As TRIUMF's cyclotron celebrates its 40th year in operation, we look back at the history of cyclotron development in Canada, beginning with McGill's 100 MeV synchrocyclotron.
|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.
|Experimental Result||05 December 2013||
The laser spectroscopy group had its latest paper accepted into PRL. Francium isotopes are explored and a new experimental technique developed, paving the way for this recent success.
|Awards & Honours||19 November 2013||
Theoretical physicist Dr. Petr Navratil is part of an international team set to receive an INCITE award, affording them crucial supercomputing resources for ab initio calculations of light nuclei reactions.
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