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Congratulations to Prof. Arthur McDonald

Congratulations to Prof. Arthur McDonald of Queen’s University, recipient of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics, awarded for the first direct observation of neutrino oscillations. Prof. McDonald and his team proved that neutrinos do have a non-zero mass, which has far-reaching consequences for our understanding of fundamental physics.


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Oct. 6, 2015

“Badge-Draw” Winners at the 2015 October ...

At the end of the CNS CANDU Fuel Course, on October 6, 2015, 4 prizes were awarded by random draw from among badges returned by Course attendees. 

The winners:

  • Glenn Kuntz, of Bruce Power, and Syed Bukhari, of Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, each won a copy of the book “Bluebells and Nuclear Energy”, by Albert B. Reynolds.
  • Na Yeon Kim, of Kepco Nuclear Fuels, and Aaron Barry, of Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, each won a CNS membership valid to 2016 December 31.

Congratulations to all the winners!

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