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.
The Isotopes for Science and Medicine (IsoSiM) program will continue to further their goal of training multidisciplinary scientists through their first ever summer school, hosted at TRIUMF from June 22 to June 30.
Science World and TRIUMF welcome SNOLAB's Dr. Chris Jillings to the Unveiling the Universe lecture series on Tuesday July 7. His talk, “The Search for Dark Matter or How to Know the Universe from a Hole in the Ground,” will shine a light on the worldwide search for dark matter.
CERN’s Large Hadron Collider started delivering physics data for the first time after a 27-month shutdown for upgrades yesterday morning. TRIUMF has been integral to Canada's involvement in the ATLAS experiment.
Congratulations to the successful CFI proposals led by the University of Victoria for ARIEL, Carleton University for ATLAS, the University of Calgary for ALPHA, and the University of Guelph for GRIFFIN.
With his unique joint appointment between TRIUMF and the Kavli IPMU at the University of Tokyo, Mark facilitates the circulation of talented researchers between Japan and TRIUMF as he lends his technical expertise to R&D for Hyper-K.