ANSTO assisting with the identification of a heavily corroded historical iron firearm recovered from an archaeological site in Melbourne.
A large international collaboration, which included ANSTO, has successfully synthesised highly porous rhodium nanoparticles that could be used as a more effective catalytic converter for vehicles.
An archaeological study has found evidence of the earliest occupation of the Australian coast from Barrow Island, Northwest Australia.
Study investigated the use of a beam of positron-emitting radionuclides for the precise delivery of non-invasive and highly conformal radiotherapy.
Advanced X-ray imaging techniques have been used to identify essential chemical elements in the feathers of long-distance migratory seabirds.
An international group of researchers has arranged 2D nanosheets of boron nitride, the “white graphene”, into membranes with a significant level of conductivity and chemical and thermal stability up to 90°C.
Work of Early Career Award and George Collins Award for Innovation recipients will be highlighted.
ANSTO researchers have led the development of a new method for producing PET radiotracers. The discovery utilises the transition metal rhenium to promote fluorine-18 radiolabelling under aqueous, low temperature conditions.
Dr Paterson was recognised for his extensive national and international experience and impact in science, innovation, energy policy and the nuclear fuel cycle.
Computer modelling of nano-indentation studies performed on ion-irradiated steels has generated 3D stress-field maps on an engineering scale that agree well with experimental results.