Research highlights how biodistribution of a toxic substance essential to understand all exposure risks

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ANSTO and Griffith University researchers  have contributed to a better understanding of how pollutants accumulate and are distributed in amphibians during development.

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Neutron scattering helps clarify the arrangement of magnetic vortices, skyrmions, in material

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QUOKKA measured changes to the skyrmion lattice in situ when an electric current was applied under different magnetic fields


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Australia assists in the collection of marine sediments to support contaminant quality control measures by IAEA

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ANSTO, in association with James Cook University, has collected marine sediments from the Australia Pacific Region which will be used to produce Certified Reference Materials  by the IAEA Environmental Laboratories Monaco

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Snapshots of an unprecedented double element-hydrogen bond activation at a transition metal centre provide insight for catalytic chemistry

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ANSTO has contributed to research led by a group at Oxford University that demonstrated the viability of using a single-step double element-hydrogen bond activation process to produce a metal dihydride compound. 

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Young physicist in training to become a surrogate inspector for Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organisation

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A young Australian researcher at ANSTO is currently undertaking a training program to become a surrogate inspector for the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organisation (CTBTO)


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German ambassador visits to see a ‘sparrow’ being assembled

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Dr Anna Prinz visited ANSTO on 2 June for discussions and a tour of the suite of neutron instruments, which includes the newly donated neutron reflectometer, SPATZ.

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