As a reflection of the significance of the research activities undertaken by SNO and SNOLAB, the facility and it's researchers have been recognized on a National and International scale on a number of occasions.
Some past awards include:
Dr. McDonald receives Order of Ontario
Dr. Arthur McDonald of Kingston, a respected physicist who led the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory scientific team confirming that neutrinos have mass. This changed the basic understanding of physics for these fundamental particles, a very significant scientific discovery.
SNOLAB Scientist Receives the CAP-TRIUMF Vogt Medal for Outstanding Experimental Contributions to Subatomic Physics
SNOLAB would like to congratulate Dr. David Sinclair, Director of Facilities Development for SNOLAB on his receipt of the inaugural CAP-TRIUMF Vogt medal for his contributions to sub-atomic physics. “I do, of course, feel very honoured to be selected for this award, especially when I reflect on the strength of the field in Canada.