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Student Stories The Long Journey to “Doctor” 26 February 2016 At five years old, Milena Čolović wanted to be a medical doctor. Now, as a master’s student at UBC and as a trainee of the ISOSIM CREATE program, she’s certainly on her way to achieving that goal.
Experimental Result A TRIUMF for ALPHA-2 25 February 2016 The ALPHA Collaboration, including several key contributors from TRIUMF, once again pushed the boundaries of antihydrogen research with their latest breakthrough.
Experimental Result Dr. Richard Hill Visits TRIUMF in the Pursuit of Knowing 11 February 2016 Distinguished visiting scientist Dr. Richard Hill brings law and order to physics problems through the simplicity of mathematics and the power of collaboration with like-minded individuals from around the world.
Experimental Result Computing the Heart of Matter 03 November 2015 An international team of theoretical physicists has succeeded for the first time in calculating important properties of the Calcium-48 nucleus, using America's largest supercomputer.
Experimental Result Yann Seimbille's Three Big Ideas 22 October 2015 TRIUMF continues to grow its team of world-class researchers with the addition of Dr. Yann Seimbille. Yann joins TRIUMF from Switzerland’s Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève and hopes to realize three goals.
Student Stories TRIUMF’s First Ever Erich Vogt Fellow 20 August 2015 Jonathan Zhang was awarded the Erich Vogt First Year Student Research Experience fellowship, which gives outstanding first year students hands-on experience on a summer research project here at TRIUMF.
Experimental Result Setting the trap for Ultra-Cold Neutrons 19 August 2015 The team behind TRIUMF’s Ultra-Cold Neutron project reflects on their progress during this recent shutdown period and assesses their final steps towards realizing a first production of ultra-cold neutrons by early 2017.
Experimental Result PIENU Experiment Seeks A Winning Hand 07 August 2015 PIENU's latest results have stunned collaborators, providing double the precision of the previous best measurement and limiting speculation on new physics that would require energies far over that accessible by the world's most powerful accelerator. 
Experimental Result Antineutrino Appearance from T2K 24 July 2015 T2K observes three candidate electron antineutrino events in the muon antineutrino beam at SK. TRIUMF's Mark Scott and University of Victoria's Jordan Myslik describe how the collaboration’s latest results are beginning to hint at an answer for understanding asymmetry in the Universe.
Student Stories Imaging Triple Negative Breast Cancer 13 July 2015 How does a physician image a cancer that does not respond to common techniques? This is the question that Thompson Rivers University co-op student Carlee Poleschuk hopes to answer during her 8-month work term at TRIUMF.

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