Pekka Sinervo has been elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Ten University of Toronto researchers have been elected Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest science society and publisher of the prestigious journal, Science.
Dr Kenneth Burch awarded the 2012 Lee Osheroff Richardson North American Science Prize.
Laser Cooling Tuned to the UV
Arctic mystery: What killed the ozone, and will it strike again?
The secret lives of photons revealed
Physics World reveals its top 10 breakthroughs for 2011
World science community abuzz as latest Higgs boson results announced
U of T physicists play key role in one of the most important quests of the decade
'God particle' hints possibly found
Hadron collider experiment teases at Higgs boson particle existence
Large Hadron Collider & the ‘God Particle’: Six creators, one Nobel Prize
Was Einstein wrong about our universe?
Experiments show neutrinos moving faster than the speed of light
Unprecedented Arctic ozone loss occurred last winter
U of T physicists play key role in international study
Kenneth Burch Wins Early Research Award
MRI ERA Awards 2011
Physicists on verge of solving neutrino mystery
Early findings may explain why the Universe contains matter but no anti-matter
William Trischuk Becomes Fellow of the American Physical Society
Ryan Vilim wins Outstanding Student Paper Award
Presents at the American Geophysical Union's Spring Joint Assembly
Northern Experience Program underway
Expedition for Senior High School Students and Teachers (15 - 27 April 2009)
TRIUMF Seeks New Director