ANSTO has participated in a study evaluating the extent of natural groundwater connectivity between an Australian overlying aquifer and deep coal seam gas resources in Australia that can be applied to developments worldwide.Learn more »
The inaugural ANSTO Awards in Nuclear Science and Technology were presented last week to acknowledge and celebrate the outstanding contributions of some of Australia’s leading researchers who work at ANSTO.Learn more »
ANSTO and Australian Synchrotron researchers are collaborating on a number of projects that have been funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC) and other funding organisations.Learn more »
Environmental researcher Scott Chambers has just left Australia for field work in the Antarctic, where he will install an ANSTO-designed and built radon detector at the Korean Polar Research Institute base.Learn more »
Researcher-adventurer James Hooper, a member of the Royal Society of Geographers and a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, will be at ANSTO for an event organised by the Young Researchers Club.
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The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) today welcomed significant progress towards the establishment of a National Radioactive Waste Management Facility.Learn more »