Update: Return transport of nuclear waste


AREVA has issued a brief statement regarding the transportation of nuclear waste from France to Australia

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Nuclear techniques reveal 'stone age': dating kidney stones

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ANSTO researchers have established the age of kidney stones, in what is believed to be the first measurement of its type. 

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Site-wide emergency evacuation exercise held

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On Tuesday 6 October ANSTO ran a site-wide evacuation exercise, that took place between 10am-3pm. It's all part of our routine planning and preparation to keep our staff and wider community safe.

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Significant milestone for Australia's new nuclear medicine manufacturing plant

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Australia is a step closer to becoming a global, high end manufacturer of nuclear medicines, with construction well underway on a brand new, $168 million ANSTO Nuclear Medicine (ANM) facility.

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Synchrotron shines path towards light-activated drug delivery

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Researchers from Monash University have worked with the Australian Synchrotron to develop a new drug delivery system that may be used for the treatment of macular degeneration.

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Video highlights research on Aboriginal rock art


ANSTO and other research organisations are featured in a new video released by the Kimberley Foundation Australia that highlights efforts to date ancient Aboriginal rock art in the Kimberley.

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