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Story Archive

Category Title Date Excerpt
Experimental Result

E-Linac Moves into the E-Hall

11 April 2014

All hands are on deck this spring as the Accelerator Division concentrates their efforts on the installation and assembly of the electron linear accelerator, the state-of-the-art equipment at the heart of ARIEL, TRIUMF's new facility for the production of rare isotopes.

Experimental Result

CMMS Users Publish New Result in PRL

07 April 2014

Using the μSR facilities at TRIUMF’s Centre for Molecular and Materials Science and J‑PARC, a team of researchers from KEK and the National Institute for Materials Science in Japan have discovered novel magnetism in an iridium compound.

Awards & Honours

Navratil Named 2013 APS Fellow

26 March 2014

Dr. Petr Navratil, leader of the Theory Group, has been elected as a Fellow of the American Physical Society in recognition of his “seminal contributions to the development of ab initio nuclear structure and reaction theory.”

Student Stories

Saudi Arabian Scientist Studies at TRIUMF

19 March 2014

Mohammed Abusalem, a radiochemist from King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre in Saudi Arabia, is spending a work term with TRIUMF's Nuclear Medicine Division.

Workshops & Conferences

Nuclear Structure Workshop at TRIUMF

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

Suwa Award Honours T2K Team

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

T2K Publishes Electron Neutrino Appearance

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