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Current Events HALO: Detector of Opportunity 29 October 2015 The international SuperNova Early Warning System (SNEWS) recently welcomed SNOLAB’s Helium and Lead Observatory (HALO) to its global network of neutrino detectors.
Awards & Honours Reflections on the Nobel Prize in Physics 26 October 2015 News that the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Takaaki Kajita (University of Tokyo) and Art McDonald (Queen's University) sparked a day of celebration at the lab. Read on for reflections about TRIUMF's involvement in the SNO experiment.
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.
Current Events Solving Problems, with Ken Buckley 09 October 2015 "The highlight of my career is the project I’m currently working on, having developed another way of making Tc-99m. It’s been pretty exciting to work on something that potentially changes the way the world does business."
From the Director Introducing TRIUMF’s First Deputy Director 30 September 2015 Director Dr. Jonathan Bagger implemented several changes to TRIUMF’s management structure, including naming Dr. Reiner Kruecken, former Head of the Science Division, as TRIUMF’s new - and first ever - Deputy Director. In this interview, we learn more about Reiner and his pth to Deputy Director.
From the Director Introducing TRIUMF’s New Deputy Director 30 September 2015 Director Dr. Jonathan Bagger implemented several changes to TRIUMF’s management structure, including naming Dr. Reiner Kruecken, former Head of the Science Division, as TRIUMF’s new Deputy Director. In this interview, we learn more about Reiner and his path to Deputy Director.
University Stories The Sounds of Science 28 September 2015 TRIUMF’s Ewan Hill recently presented a collaborative music project, disCERN, at Switzerland’s Montreux Jazz Festival that had dozens of patrons dancing in their seats as they experienced physics in an entirely new way.  
Workshops & Conferences Exploring Science Through Labyrhythyms 18 September 2015 During a recent seminar, David Harris dove into the motivation behind his ‘art meets science’ research program at TRIUMF and sampled his sound art creations.
Current Events Global Physics Photowalk 2015 at TRIUMF 09 September 2015 Back by popular demand, eight of the world’s leading particle physics laboratories are joining together to host the Global Physics Photowalk on September 25-26, 2015.
Current Events Proton Therapy Celebrates 20th Anniversary 21 August 2015 TRIUMF's proton therapy centre is a one of a kind facility in Canada used for treating a rare type of eye cancer. Today, we celebrate its 20th anniversary.

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