News & Headlines

2017‑07‑21 Contest Winners visit SNOLAB and Meet with Minister Moridi

July 21, 2017 (Sudbury, ON) Physics students from École Secondaire Catholique Père-René-de-Galinée in Cambridge, Ontario spent Wednesday morning 2km underground discussing some pretty interesting science.

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2017‑07‑19 Moridi Announces 5 years of Provincial Funding
(Sudbury, ON) SNOLAB staff and scientists were honoured to welcome Minister of Research, Innovation and Science Reza Moridi to the underground laboratory earlier today.
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2017‑07‑10 Cosmic Chirps: Gravitational Waves and what they are telling us about the Universe
As part of the TAUP (Topics in Astroparticle and Underground Physics) conference later this month, there is free  Read more...
2017‑06‑13 Canadian high school wins use of a CERN Accelerator (with a little help from SNOLAB)
(Sudbury) For the first time, a Canadian high school will conduct an experiment at CERN with the help of a University of Alberta professor and some SNOLAB technology!
 
CERN’s Beamline for Schools competition, which began in 2014, nam
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2017‑06‑01 Bondar launches photo challenge

Sudbury had the incredible fortune to host Dr.

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2017‑05‑30 Art McDonald delivers Herzberg Lecture at CAP
It started with a bang (the big bang that is) and ended amongst the stars. 
Dr. Arthur B.
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2017‑05‑03 SNOLAB Director talks collaboration in Washington
Dr. Nigel Smith, Director of SNOLAB, traveled to Washington, D.C this week along with Nobel Laureate Dr.
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2017‑05‑02 Black Hole Blues and Other Songs from Outer Space

Watch Here on Wednesday May 3, 7 PM ET!

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2017‑04‑27 Congratulations to Dominic Giroux

SNOLAB would like to congratulate Dominic Giroux on his recent appointment as President and Chief Executive Officer of Health Sciences North / Horizon Santé-Nord (HSN) and of the Health Sciences North Research Institute (HSNRI). 

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2017‑04‑11 SNOLAB welcomes Review of Fundamental Science

SNOLAB welcomes the release of the “Review of Fundamental Science in Canada” report commissioned by Minister of Science, Kirsty Duncan last summer.

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