Professor Chupp and his group pursue a program that uses precision measurement techniques and symmetry principles in particle physics investigations and applies the technology developed for those investigations to a variety of endeavors. The primary current efforts use polarized cold neutron beams and rare isotopes. Neutron beta-decay provides a unique window into new physics, and we are contributing to a new generation of high precision experiments including the rare radiative decay mode of the neutron, the possibility of an improved cold-beam neutron lifetime measurement and PANDA, the Proton Asymmetry in Neutron Decay experiment. Time revesal invariance violation is also manifest in the permanent electric dipole moments (EDMs) induced in atoms by elementary particle interactions beyond the Standard Model. Rare isotopes, e.g. 223-Rn, are used because large enhancements of time-reversal violating effects are expected due to octupole deformation of the nucleus. Experiment E-929 at TRIUMF will measure the EDM of 223-Rn. The Rare Isotope Accelerator, RIA, will produce much greater quantities of 223-Rn and provide for more precise measurements. We also continue to work on applications of laser polarized 129-Xe to medical imaging.