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Progress towards Lung Imaging using Helium-3 NMR

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Today, for the first time in Australia, ANSTO, Monash University, the University of Queensland, and the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute (in Melbourne) successfully polarised a cell of 3He gas and carried out an MRI imaging test using the hyper-polarised gas at the hospital. 

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Radon - the new pollution watchdog

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Over recent decades a number of factories have been relocated from Lanzhou, and others have implemented emissions mitigation strategies. 

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Distinguished Lecture with Prof Wolfgang Baumeister

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Cryoelectron tomography is an emerging imaging technique that allows researchers to combine the close-to-life preservation of biological samples with the power of non-invasive 3D imaging. Prof Baumeister will talk about this in a lecture on 6 February.

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Sutherland Shire locals invited to become ANSTO Citizen Scientists

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Australia Day is synonymous with citizenship ceremonies and community events: so a leading Australian science organisation could think of no better day to launch a Citizen Science project in its community.

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Distinguished Lecture with Prof Emma Johnston

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In this lecture, Prof Emma Johnston will talk about understanding ecological impact in coastal systems. She will present highlights of her team’s recent research that relied on the development of new techniques to detect and distinguish stressors caused by human impact. 
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Make your views known: License application for Little Forest Legacy Site

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The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency, (ARPANSA), has confirmed a routine public submissions process in relation to the licensing application for Little Forest Legacy Site. 

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