The cyclotron is currently off due to an ISIS trip but it was running until about 21:20, delivering ~125 µA to BL1A and 9.8 µA to BL2A. It is scheduled to deliver to BL1A and BL2A overnight, with ~4 hours maintenance to start at 08:00 tomorrow.
Karen Young, a fourth year commerce student from UBC’s Sauder School of Business, is spending a semester at TRIUMF bridging business and science as she develops a financial model for medical isotope production.
The cyclotron’s running normally, delivering ~115 µA to BL1A, 9.8 µA to BL2A, and ~95 µA to BL2C4. Beam will go off at 08:30 tomorrow morning for ~4 hours of maintenance (and potentially more at ISAC to accommodate Target Hall work).
Stephanie Sajatovich of Halifax was selected as the 2014 Award for Excellence in Teaching High School Physics, winner
for the Atlantic region, and chose to take her research experience
at TRIUMF during the week of Oct 20-24.