News & Headlines

2018‑10‑17 Dark Matter Day PIR Live Webcast

What keeps galaxies from pulling themselves apart as they spin through the universe at mind-boggling speeds?

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2018‑10‑03 SNOLAB Celebrates Dark Matter Day

 

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2018‑10‑02 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics awarded

The 2018 Nobel prize in physics has been awarded to three scientists for advancing the science of lasers and creating extremely useful tools out of laser beams. 

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2018‑09‑25 Live Webcast: Images from the Edge of Spacetime

Images from the Edge of Spacetime: Resolving Black Hole Horizons, a public lecture webcast by Avery Broderick  Wednesday Oct. 3, 2018 at 7pm ET.

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2018‑09‑24 SNOLAB Photowalk Exhibit at Science North

Take a look inside SNOLAB, Canada's deep underground science l

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2018‑09‑18 Brendon Matusch takes home Top Honours at EU Science Competition!

The top prizes in this year’s European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS) were awarded yesterday and a local Sudburian came out on top!

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2018‑08‑23 SNOLAB Photowalk submissions open for public voting

This past June, SNOLAB joined 18 major science facilities around the world to take part in the Global Physics Photowalk.

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2018‑08‑20 SNOLAB Summer Outreach
The SNOLAB outreach team had the opportunity to bring hands-on science out of the lab and into the community at events around Sudbury this summer.
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2018‑08‑15 Students present their summer work at SNOLAB
In partnership with Laurentian University, SNOLAB hosted the annual Student Talk Competition on Monday August 13th. This much anticipated day provides an opportunity for students who have been working on SNOLAB-related projects to update both their peers and the SNOLAB community on their progress.
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2018‑07‑04 LGBTSTEM Day
LGBTQ+ people in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) continue to struggle to openly be themselves, and this cannot continue.
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