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|Current Events||10 January 2014||
On January 8, 2014, the Honourable Greg Rickford, Minister of State for Science and Technology toured TRIUMF to see examples of basic research, technology, and applications to industry and health care.
|From the Director||21 December 2013||
UBC's Professor Colin Gay has been named as chair of the Department of Physics and Astronomy for a 5.5 year term; Colin chairs TRIUMF's PPAC committee.
|Funding Announcements||21 December 2013||
A team of researchers from Cisco Systems, Inc. visited TRIUMF to conduct tests at the newly upgraded beam line of the proton and neutron irradiation facility. Cisco made investments with coordination through AAPS Inc.
|Current Events||12 December 2013||
Three critical developments in the ARIEL project have been completed. The e-gun, the first cavity and the cold box are all ready thereby keeping the e-linac on track for completion by the end of next year.
|Current Events||06 December 2013||
TRIUMF congratulates Dr. Michael Roney from the University of Victoria, a leader of the BaBar collaboration, on his appointment as director of the Institute of Particle Physics.
|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.
|Current Events||03 December 2013||
As part of the “Unveiling the Universe” lecture series, Dr. Paul Schaffer delivered a captivating talk on the science behind medical isotope production, how those isotopes are used today, and how they could be used in the future.
|Current Events||20 November 2013||
On November 13-15, the International Peer Review Committee visited TRIUMF to assess its performance, progress, and plans for the future.
|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.
|Awards & Honours||14 November 2013||
The Minerva Foundation for BC Women announced Lia Merminga, Head of Accelerator Division, as a recipient of the Women In Science award. Lia is recognized for her integrity, excellence, and vision.