ANSTO has a core group of human health and radiation measurement specialists who are undertaking research relating to advanced radiation techniques using heavy ions.
ANSTO environmental researchers have been selected to participate in a three-year project funded by the NSW Office of Heritage and Environment to further investigate the movement of water at Thirlmere Lakes.
ANSTO is acting as a convenor in bringing together Australian and Sri Lanka researchers, organisations and expertise to explore chronic kidney disease of unknown aetiology (CKDu), a major health problem in Sri Lanka and other parts of the world.
The Dharawal Mural tells the story of the ancient Aboriginal landscape of Bardens Creek
Environmental scientists are considering how ANSTO’s expertise, infrastructure and analytical capability could play a role in Australian plans to drill a million-year ice core record in Antarctica.
Collaboration clarifies how behaviour of tailorable nanoscale emulsions (TNEs) interact with their targets is directed by the interfacial structure.
Scientists from ANSTO’s Human Heath and the University of Sydney Imaging Physics Laboratory visited the University of California Davis laboratories to meet with team of researchers from the total-body PET Explorer Consortium.
The scientist who gave the inaugural Distinguished Lecture at ANSTO in 2009 on fusion energy is returning in early December to deliver a second on the ITER fusion reactor development project.
Newly recruited immunologist and cellular biologist Dr Frederic Sierro is convinced that a thorough understanding of the complex cellular players and activities of the immune system may be the key to many illnesses.
Japanese researchers have used nuclear techniques at ANSTO to characterise the properties of a new family of materials they developed for use as solid oxide fuel cells, sensors and oxygen separation membranes.