Scientists and engineers at TRIUMF, Canada's particle accelerator centre, announced a major milestone for TRIUMF's Advanced Rare Isotope Laboratory (ARIEL), maneuvering for the first time an isotope beam through the ARIEL-based CANREB facility and on to an experiment.
The achievement marks a watershed moment for the laboratory's future-facing science program, which leverages TRIUMF's unique accelerator infrastructure to drive impact from research on short-lived rare isotopes.
The CANREB project was led by Saint Mary's University in partnership with the University of Manitoba. It received funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation, the Nova Scotia Research and Innovation Trust, and the Manitoba Research and Innovation Fund. It was also supported by TRIUMF's commercialization arm, TRIUMF Innovations.
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