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Awards & Honours PhD demonstrates the power of collaboration 19 May 2015 The winning entry in TRIUMF’s Life Sciences Peer Evaluation Committee (LSPEC) Student Poster Event is just the tip of the iceberg of PhD candidate Joseph Lau’s success.
University Stories Neutrino Hunter Facilitates Brain Circulation 08 May 2015 With his unique joint appointment between TRIUMF and the Kavli IPMU at the University of Tokyo, Mark facilitates the circulation of talented researchers between Japan and TRIUMF as he lends his technical expertise to R&D for Hyper-K.
Workshops & Conferences Tokyo Gathering Reaffirms Case for the ILC 29 April 2015 More than 300 members of the high-energy physics community, government officials, ambassadors, and press gathered in Tokyo at the ILC Symposium where the Linear Collider Collaboration issued a statement confirming the scientific justification for the International Linear Collider.
Student Stories From High School Fellow to PhD Student 28 April 2015 In just five years, Anffany Chen went from being a TRIUMF high school fellow to a UBC PhD candidate studying condensed matter theory. Her rapid journey from science enthusiast to emerging physics scholar is an inspiration to students everywhere.
Experimental Result Baartman scores touchdown in magnet design 23 April 2015 Rick Baartman has changed the shapes of magnets used to focus particle beams.
Experimental Result Fleming Spies a New Bond 08 April 2015 Don Fleming and coworkers apply muon science to reveal new type of chemical bond.
University Stories Alpha Therapy Research Targets Cancer 26 March 2015 Research on alpha emitters is still in its infancy, primarily due to their limited availability. Jason Crawford, a Ph.D. student at the University of Victoria, wants to see that change using infrastructure at TRIUMF. 
University Stories Frustrated Magnetism, Confused Physicists 13 March 2015 Dr. Michel Gingras has returned to TRIUMF to rejuvenate his research studies in condensed matter. With a cold look at spin ice, Michel explains frustrated magnetism...
Awards & Honours CAP Reveals 2015 Medalists 10 March 2015 The Canadian Association of Physicists awarded seven Canadian physicists for their various life-long contributions to the physics community.
Awards & Honours Tom Ruth Appointed to U.S. NAS Committee 03 March 2015 Internationally recognized expert on medical isotopes, TRIUMF's Dr. Tom Ruth is appointed Vice-Chair of a US National Academies of Sciences (NAS) committee. 


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