LiDAR Scans inside TRIUMF new ARIEL facility (Advanced Rare Isotope Laboratory) revolutionizing the study of isotopes for science, medicine and business.
TRIUMF is Canada's particle accelerator centre, home of the world's largest cyclotron, leading research in Cosmology & Dark Matter, Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics, Molecular & Materials Science, Nuclear Medicine, Electronics & Radiation Testing, and Nuclear Astrophysics.
The Advanced Rare Isotope Laboratory - Concept to Commissioning
The most significant expansion project in TRIUMF's 50-year history, ARIEL will be among the only purpose-built multi-user rare isotope facilities in the world. Funded by the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI), six provinces, and with the backing from 21 universities, it will be commissioned and operational in phases between 2020-2026.
Electron Hall to CANREB
On December 6, TRIUMF scientists and engineers achieved a major milestone for the Advanced Rare Isotope Laboratory (ARIEL), maneuvering for the first time a radioactive isotope beam through ARIEL's CANREB facility and into the ISAC-II experimental hall.