Past TRIUMF post-doctoral researcher and current TRIUMF user Dr. Kyle Leach has been awarded the United States Department of Energy’s (US DOE) prestigious Early Career Research Award for his work developing superconducting quantum sensors for hunting sterile neutrinos.
TRIUMF joins a growing number of physics laboratories leveraging 3D photography and scanning technology to reimagine science communications in the virtual.
Dr. Erich Leistenschneider, a post-doctoral researcher who worked on TITAN (TRIUMF Ion Trap for Atomic and Nuclear Science), has been awarded the 2018-2019 Canadian Association of Physicists Division of Nuclear Physics Thesis Prize.
The coronavirus pandemic may have all but halted regular life, but an enduring annual milestone has been achieved: beam has once again been coaxed from TRIUMF’s 520 MeV cyclotron (and it’s ahead of schedule!)
In the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic, groups from across the TRIUMF community have mobilized to support a variety of health-focused initiatives.
Swing through the ISAC I experimental hall, stop in on a DRAGON, or explore the Meson Hall - all through the lens of our 360° camera!
With results published today in the prestigious journal Nature, T2K researchers have have made an important first step in the comparison of neutrino and antineutrino oscillation.
Waterloo becomes TRIUMF’s 21st member university.
As we join Engineers and Geoscientists BC in marking their 100-year anniversary, we’re taking a closer look at the many ways engineers have contributed to TRIUMF.