Headlines & Research Highlights
The TRIUMF community would like to share a warm welcome for the lab’s next Director, Dr. Nigel Smith, whose 5-year term as TRIUMF Director begins today.
The first of two hot cells to be installed in TRIUMF’s ARIEL (Advanced Rare Isotope Laboratory) has begun factory acceptance testing, marking a critical milestone for ARIEL design and engineering teams.
TRIUMF is pleased to welcome Mr. Rock Neveau as its Chief Safety Officer (CSO), effective April 26, 2021.
TRIUMF, UBC, and the wider contingent of researchers have leveraged a one-of-a-kind, made-in-Canada laser to achieve world’s first manipulation and cooling of antimatter by laser.
Discover Our Lab is an accessible, curiosity-driven website that allows visitors to explore TRIUMF’s diverse science programs, delve into the lab’s 50+ year journey, and access a full (and growing!) suite of existing multimedia outreach content.
TRIUMF is entering the final stages of its effort to move from a joint venture to an incorporated non-profit with charitable status. On March 5, 2021, the TRIUMF Board of Management confirmed its intention that this process should be completed by June 1, 2021.