The new TRIUMF-SHAD Scholarship provides a SHAD student with an enriched learning opportunity as they experience what it's like to work in a multidisciplinary laboratory via a one-month internship.
TRIUMF High School Fellows explore their passion for science and engineering with six-week summer research experiences.
The striking colour and symmetry of DESCANT has made this eye-catching detector a popular draw for photographers and visitors alike throughout the years.
2016 marks 40 years of the use of 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) – a compound widely used in medicine for the safe and accurate diagnosis and evaluation of diseases impacting millions of patients.
The M.K. Craddock Accelerator Science Symposium on July 18 will honour the late Mike Craddock, TRIUMF’s leading beam physicist for over forty years, who passed away November 11, 2015.
Scientists working at the βNMR facility identify a new phenomenom in the near-surface behaviour of an antiferromagnet.
On Thursday June 23, 2016, TRIUMF research was the direct beneficiary of close to $2 million in funding through the NSERC 2016 competition for the discovery research programs.
This spring, TRIUMF partnered with Altera Corp., an Intel subsidiary, to offer three industry-leading training workshops designed to keep data acquisition experts at the forefront in their field.
TRIUMF is pleased to announce that Dr. Oliver Kester will become Associate Laboratory Director for its Accelerator Division (ALD-Accelerator Division), effective September, 2016.
On Sunday, May 15, The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Canada’s Minister of Science, welcomed a new era of world-class scientific partnership between Canada and Japan as she unveiled the new TRIUMF branch office located at Japan’s KEK.