News & Headlines

2013‑04‑15 Tremendous ideas at the Sudbury Regional Science Fair

SNOLAB was thrilled to be a part of the 44th Annual Sudbury Regional Science Fair. Three out of 4 local school boards were represented by 50 projects related to Science and Engineering. 

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2013‑03‑11 Liberal Leader visits SNOLAB

The Honourable Bob Rae and his wife Arlene Perly Rae, made a stop at SNOLAB for an underground tour this past weekend as they embark on 10 day tour of Canada.

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2013‑01‑22 Government of Canada invests in SNOLAB

OTTAWA, ONT.

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2013‑01‑18 Dr. Wolfgang Rau and Dr. Art McDonald receive funding boost

Two Queen’s University research projects that are located at SNOLAB have received funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI).

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2012‑12‑18 AFFECT Magazine: Big Science for Small Particles, Tony Noble and SNOLAB

When Dr. Tony Noble describes the work going on at SNOLAB , one of Canada's foremost facilities for astroparticle physics research, one gets an unsettling sense of humanity's profound ignorance. But that sense is also exhilarating.

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2012‑12‑12 Dr. Clarence Virtue recognized for Excellence in Teaching and Research at Laurentian University

Dr. Clarence Virtue (PhD, UBC) has been at Laurentian University since 1992 following a five year posting at CERN, Geneva in the particle Physics Laboratory. Dr. Virtue is currently researching neutrino physics with the goal of understanding solar and supernova neutrinos. 

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2012‑12‑10 DAMIC now running at SNOLAB

 The DAMIC (Dark Matter In CCDs) experiment, a new experiment at SNOLAB experienced a very successful culmination of several years of detector research with a relocation to the SNOLAB underground laboratory located at the Vale Creighton Mine.

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2012‑12‑07 Dr. Peter Skensved honoured at Queen's University

As a senior research associate for the SNOLAB Research Group, Dr. Skensved has made substantial contributions to the success of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) and now the SNOLAB underground laboratory.

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2012‑11‑06 Voyage to SNOLAB

A growing number of scientists are looking for ways to join a dream team of experiments in a unique laboratory a mile and a half underground in Ontario. There, they seek to solve some of the biggest mysteries in physics today, including the case of missing dark matter.

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2012‑10‑26 Canadians should be proud of their S&T program

 A new report from the Council of Canadian Academies released in September titled The State of Science and Technology in Canada has great news about Canada’s Science and Technology sector. The report states that Canadian Science and Technology is a healthy and growing field in both output and impact.

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