An investigation that set out to resolve some of the uncertainty in the sources and quantities of pollutants reaching Antarctica has produced a new experimental technique to identify and characterise recently terrestrially-influenced air reaching Antarctica.
ANSTO Minerals will be presenting three papers at the upcoming ALTA 2018 Nickel-Cobalt-Copper, Uranium-REE-Lithium and Gold-PM Conference and Exhibition to be held in the Perth from 19-26 May 2018.
ANSTO’s seafood provenance research was given some impetus from stakeholders who attended a workshop here in mid-February.
When Pamela Naidoo- Ameglio joined ANSTO six weeks ago as Group Executive, Nuclear Operations, she became the third female on the Executive Leadership Team.
University of Wollongong researchers and Dr Dale Prokopovich from ANSTO had the rare opportunity to collect data on a range of particles from the upper atmosphere on a one day flight above the southernmost continent.
Nuclear techniques at ANSTO have helped to confirm a quantum spin phenomena, a Haldane phase, in a magnetic material, that has potential to be used as a measurement model for quantum computation.
ANSTO is providing expertise and irradiation services for Australian biomedical company OncoSil Medical
Key to ANSTO’s food science research is exploring the relationship between structure and function.
ANSTO is participating in a prestigious international project to test the theory that the Mayan Empire collapsed because of climate change.
ANSTO will be providing facilities and expertise to train representatives from the Asia-Pacific region in the use of radioactive and stable isotopes to measure changes in soil and water quality.