Seeing inside an ancient Australian Indigenous artefact non-invasively

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Nuclear techniques were used to see into an embedded section of an ancient Australian Indigenous stone artefact non-invasively—suggesting important information about its origin and use.

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Two ANSTO nominees for On the Job competition

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Patricia Gadd and Matthew Bell are in the running for a national award to recognise the people 'on the job' who keep Australian science moving

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Opportunity to spend a year in industry for STEM undergraduates

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Students in their second last year of chemical engineering, industrial chemistry or chemistry degrees invited to apply for paid internships.

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10th birthday of OPAL nuclear research reactor marks a decade of research

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Ten years ago today, the Open Pool Australian Light-water (OPAL) nuclear research reactor went critical for the first time, and began producing neutrons through a self-sustaining fission reaction.

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World leader visits future site of world's nuclear medicine production in Australia

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Director-General of the IAEA, Yukiya Amano visited Lucas Heights and inspected progress on the ANSTO Nuclear Medicine production facility, which is in the final phases of construction.

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Distinguished lecture highlights how Australia can be more innovative

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Join us for a Distinguished Lecture on innovation by IP Australia's Chief Economist Dr Ben Mitra Kahn 

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