ANSTO has been well represented at the 15th Annual Science Meets Parliament including the Gala Dinner, in the Great Hall of Parliament, at which our own Anna Paradowska spoke to a full house, including parliamentarians, researchers and industrialists from around Australia and overseas.
The world of nuclear science has got a burst of energy, with 14 promising young people starting a two year graduate program at ANSTO.
When Kate’s 11-year old daughter found an intriguing artefact on their property this summer she was determined to get to the bottom of it.
The new European Spallation Source (ESS) will have 22 instruments from a high power neutron source, when it begins user operations in 2026, providing an expansive selection of research opportunities.
Join us to hear from Professor Claudio Tuniz who will talk about a new biography that tells the life, death and wonder of our distant ancestors.
ANSTO has over 60 years of experience in the safe management of radioactive waste and used fuel. A proposed new storage facility will enable Australia to meet obligations to repatriate Australian waste currently being reprocessed in France.