Australia has been officially welcomed to the Generation IV International Forum (GIF) Framework Agreement, a partnership through which we will contribute to international work on the development of future nuclear energy technologies.
ANSTO has secured $80.2 million in new funding to expand the research capabilities of the Australian Synchrotron.
Fourteen international participants are attending IAEA Regional Training Course at ANSTO on the use of isotope techniques in the sustainable management of deep groundwater resources.
Dr Catalina Curceanu, is Senior Researcher at the National Laboratories of Frascati,will deliver a technical Distinguished Lecture and public/student lecture at ANSTO on 11 September highlighting the mysteries of modern physics
Twenty-five Year 10 girls from Sutherland Shire schools have been given a special insight into what it would be like to be a scientist, spending two days shadowing the work of some of Australia’s brightest young scientists at Lucas Heights.
Under the agreement, ANSTO, operating the Synchrotron and other national research facilities, agreed to help with “in-kind support to investigate the epidemiology of CKDu.”
A National Particle Therapy and Research Centre would provide all Australians with access to the very latest in cancer treatments, delivering proton therapy and cutting edge carbon therapy.
Building a stable tower out of paper and designing a bionic limb were among the challenges of the Discover Engineering day, held on 11 May at ANSTO.
Australians with cancer will be the first to benefit from the multi-million dollar Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) Detector launched today at ANSTO’s Australian Synchrotron, fast-tracking cancer research by harnessing light a million times brighter than the sun.
Is the Internet infinite? How much does it weigh? What is the science of a selfie? All this and more can be discovered on tomorrow night at Conservatorium Theatre, on the opening night of the World Science Festival.