On the weekend of August 24 – 26, 2007, physicists on the TITAN experiment (S1074) took the first Penning trap mass measurements of radioactive lithium isotopes -- the lightest on-line produced ions ever trapped.
Many years after the last neutrons from the TRIUMF 4C neutron beam passed down the collimator, scientists are considering bringing back neutrons to the Proton Hall, albeit some fifteen orders of magnitude lower in energy.
TRIUMF's Technology Transfer Division is pleased to announce that Advanced Applied Physics Solutions, Inc. has been chosen as one of the 25 finalists for the 2008 Centres for Excellence for Commercialization and Research (CECR) Competition.
In August 2007, TRIUMF welcomed David Lunney who is here on a sabbatical leave. Having worked exclusively at ISOLDE, David was curious to experience a different ISOL facility and chose TRIUMF for its quality and long-term potential.
he TeV-nu workshop, an inspiration of TRIUMF's John Ng, brought together phenomenologists with neutrino specialists -- both underground and long-baseline, collider enthusiasts, and partisans of low-energy electroweak precision measurements