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2016‑03‑22 Strategic Plan Town Hall Meeting April 1, 2016

A Town Hall meeting will be held at SNOLAB on April 1st, 2016 to present and discuss feedback from the SNOLAB community and provide input to the Strategic Plan.

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2016‑03‑09 SNOLAB Strategic Plan Survey is Live!

SNOLAB is embarking on a refresh of its Strategic Plan for 2017-2022. To ensure we have full engagement from the research community and all our other stakeholders, SNOLAB is requesting input on our strategic direction.  

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2015‑11‑08 SNO Collaboration jointly awarded 2016 Breakthrough Prize!
SUDBURY – The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) Collaboration, represented by Dr.
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2015‑10‑16 HALO experiment joins SuperNovae Early Warning System

SNOLAB-- October 16, 2015

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2015‑10‑15 Canadian scientist shares Nobel Prize win in physics for SNO Experiment

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2015 recognises Takaaki Kajita in Japan and Arthur B. McDonald in Canada, for their key contributions to the experiments which demonstrated that neutrinos change identities. This metamorphosis requires that neutrinos have mass.

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2015‑10‑06 SNOLAB staff member receives Top 40 Award

One of SNOLAB's own was honoured on November 12, 2015 with a Top 40 Under 40 Award. 

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2015‑09‑24 Why do physicists do experiments deep underground?

To those who crave natural daylight, the idea of spending large chunks of time deep underground may seem like hell.

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2015‑06‑12 PICO-2L Collaboration posts new results

New data are reported from the operation of a 2 liter C3F8 bubble chamber in the SNOLAB underground laboratory, with a total exposure of 211.5 kg days at four different energy thresholds below 10 keV.

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2015‑06‑10 SNOLAB Future Planning Workshop, August 2015

The objective of the Future Planning workshop is to provide SNOLAB with a road-map of potential large scale projects that may require its experimental areas on a five to ten year timescale.

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2015‑06‑09 TED-Ed: How to detect a Supernova by Samantha Kuula

Just now, somewhere in the universe, a star exploded. In fact, a supernova occurs every second or so in the observable universe.

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