Details of the new funding were included in the 2019 federal budget, which was announced today in Ottawa.
An international collaboration, including several members from TRIUMF’s Theory Department, today published results that may dispel a long-standing mystery surrounding β-decay rates.
As we round the corner on TRIUMF’s 50th birthday, we also look back at one of its most important and enduring relationships and a team who has stewarded a critical contribution to the lab’s growth and success for over four decades.
The laboratory’s inaugural peer recognition awards highlighted ingenuity, safety, and community-building.
With improving weather conditions, TRIUMF expects to return to normal operations today, February 13, 2019.
Scientists at TRIUMF, the Institut de Physique Nucléaire, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have for the first time accurately predicted the properties of polarized deuterium-tritium thermonuclear fusion
Verma is being recognized for his outstanding services, achievements and contributions within the fields of project management and engineering.
TRIUMF and other collaborators on the integrative neutrino detector experiment join in celebrating inaugural results.
The latest appointments add several faculty and affiliates from TRIUMF member universities to the list of Order of Canada recipients.
The Fellowship commemorates the work of late American-Canadian physicist and Nobel laureate, Dr. Richard ‘Dick’ E. Taylor.