TRIUMF is partnering with the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) to develop an enhanced and multi-faceted work-integrated learning (WIL) program to address the evolving needs of British Columbia’s economy.
In a significant step forward for work on TRIUMF’s Advanced Rare Isotope Laboratory (ARIEL), the first level (L1) of the ARIEL Target Pit Shielding project has been completed.
TRIUMF is pleased to share news that Health Canada has authorized the Canadian Mechanical Ventilator Milano (MVM) design under an Interim Order.
TRIUMF is seeking feedback on the Search for the next Director.
Jens Dilling, Associate Lab Director of TRIUMF’s Physical Sciences Division, has been awarded the Royal Society of Canada’s Rutherford Memorial Medal in Physics.
An update from the Search Committee for the next Director of TRIUMF
TRIUMF's work towards a low-cost, made-in-Canada ventilator for COVID-19 patients was the focus of a CBC segment that aired on Friday, August 28.
A note from the Chair of TRIUMF’s Board of Management about the initial process steps for the Director of TRIUMF search.
TRIUMF today announced that Dr. Jonathan Bagger will be stepping down from his role as Director to serve as CEO for the American Physical Society (APS), effective January 1, 2021.
TRIUMF research scientist Dr. Kenji Kojima has been awarded the Dalhousie University ‘Top Co-op Award’