Headlines & Research Highlights
Teams working on TRIUMF’s Advanced Rare Isotope Laboratory (ARIEL) achieved a major milestone for the facility’s electron linear accelerator (e-linac) by reaching an average beam power of 10 kW at the e-linac's design energy of 30 MeV. The results, which come nearly three months ahead of schedule, mark a major leap in the ramp-up of the accelerator’s output to full capacity and eventual operation.
The clinical-stage oncology company and TRIUMF announced their entry into the next phase of their collaboration agreement for the production of actinium-225.
After 20 years of service to TRIUMF, Jens Dilling will be departing the laboratory on July 31, 2021 to take on a new challenge as the Director of Institutional Strategic Planning at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee.
TRIUMF has joined RADNEXT (‘RADiation facility Network for the EXploration of effects for indusTry and research’), a Horizons 2020 infrastructure project that will establish a global network of facilities and related irradiation methodology for responding to the emerging needs of electronics component and system irradiation.
Effective today, TRIUMF has successfully completed its transition from a joint venture to a non-profit incorporation with charitable status.