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|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.
|Current Events||12 November 2013||
Chelsea, Ben and Sebastien received top honours at the annual Canadian Undergraduate Physics Conference, hosted by McMaster University this October.
|Current Events||01 November 2013||
Treating ocular melanoma since '95, the PT Facility at TRIUMF is one of just 42 facilities worldwide capable of supplying proton beams, the technical know-how, and coordination with local institutions to provide the best possible treatment for this rare disease.
|Awards & Honours||23 October 2013||
TRIUMF's Paul Schaffer was selected as one of Business in Vancouver's Top Forty under 40 this morning, recognizing BC professionals who've already made their mark. Congratulations!
|Experimental Result||21 October 2013||
For the first time ever, Astatine-209 was successfully recovered from TRIUMF's ISAC facility for use in nuclear medicine, a breakthrough in theranostic isotope research.
|Workshops & Conferences||15 October 2013||
Electrical engineers working at TRIUMF drive progress not only in subatomic-physics research but also digital communications and signal processing.
|Current Events||14 October 2013||
Last week, TRIUMF welcomed a delegation of senior scientists from the Japanese KEK laboratory as part of the the fourth joint Symposium on Accelerator-based Science. A new five-year partnership agreement was signed.
|From the Director||11 October 2013||
Now available online, Five-Year Plan 2015–2020 represents a defining document for TRIUMF. Not only does it recap the performance of the five years—2008–2012—it also presents an implementation plan for the second half of the decadal vision laid out in Five-Year Plan 2010–2015.
|Current Events||08 October 2013||
After many trials and tribulations, the HERACLES experiment led by Laval University's René Roy has collected data for measurements of the symmetry term of nuclear potential.
|Awards & Honours||08 October 2013||
The 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to François Englert and Peter W. Higgs "for the theoretical discovery of a mechanism that contributes to our understanding of the origin of mass of subatomic particles, and which recently was confirmed through the discovery of the predicted fundamental particle, by the ATLAS and CMS experiments at CERN's Large Hadron Collider."