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|Workshops & Conferences||05 October 2013||
TRIUMF was privileged to host the 20th International Conference on Cyclotrons and their Applications a few weeks ago; the conference attracted 250 experts and students to discuss this exciting field.
|Current Events||01 October 2013||
Nearly 1,200 visitors braved torrential rain to experience demonstrations and explanations of the world-class research occurring right here at TRIUMF.
|Current Events||20 September 2013||
Amy MacLean’s work in green chemistry as a TRIUMF summer student recently received recognition at the annual CSC Conference.
|Experimental Result||17 September 2013||
TRIUMF and other Canadian collaborators have participated in the first measurement of the proton's weak charge; results will be published in Physical Review Letters.
|Workshops & Conferences||30 August 2013||
The public dialogue “Common Ground” was the launch of the Conversations Project at Emily Carr, in collaboration with TRIUMF and the Artists in Residence program.
|Headlines||26 August 2013||
Keiler, Benjamin, and Lloyd spent six weeks at the laboratory with teams from the Nuclear Medicine division, TRIUMF's High Voltage EDM Lab, and the μSR experiment as part of a competitive fellowship for recent high school graduates.
|Funding Announcements||14 August 2013||
Science Week’s 8pi Symposium celebrated the end of an era for the spectrometer, which will soon be replaced by GRIFFIN in ISAC-I.
|Current Events||08 August 2013||
The Memorandum of Understanding will combine key resources and labour between the two facilities for the advancement of research into rare isotopes for science and medicine.
|Student Stories||24 July 2013||
Taylor is completing a 4-week placement at TRIUMF as part of the annual Emerging Aboriginal Scholars Camp.
|Workshops & Conferences||24 July 2013||
This year's TRISEP (Tri-Institute Summer School on Elementary Particles), attracted graduate students from around the globe. Read a first-hand account from one of the students, Claire David.