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