ANSTO has a small delegation participating in the 5th Asian & Oceanic International Radiation Protection Association (IRPA) Congress on Radiation Protection being held in Melbourne 20-23 May.
Environmental researcher Dr Craig Woodward is aboard the CSIRO research vessel RV Investigator on a scientific voyage from Brisbane to Hobart.
Attila Stopic and Dr John Bennett are among the authors of paper selected by the international group, Cooperation on International Traceability in Analytical Chemistry (CITAC), as the Best Paper in 2017.
The supply of lutetium-177 from the OPAL multi-purpose reactor for an advanced stage prostate cancer clinical trial has garnered considerable media interest today.
ANSTO is proud to be contributing to clinical trials by providing radioactive substances as imaging agents or as therapies. This weekend staff join the Cronulla Relay For Life event.
ANSTO was closely associated with the 12th Congress of World Federation of Nuclear Medicine and Biology because of its diverse contribution as a member of the nuclear medicine community
ANSTO and the University of Wollongong are jointly operating a unique laboratory able to extract carbon-14 (radiocarbon) atoms out of a rock that is attracting global interest as a new tool to better understand recent changes in Earth’s climate system and rates of landscape change over the past 20, 000 years.
Dr Nigel Lengkeek has received the Shimadzu Award for Radiopharmaceutical Scientist Member of the ANZSNM for his work on the development and delivery of the innovative cancer diagnostic agent, [67Ga]MILGa.
ANSTO is a partner organisation of the 12th Congress of the World Federation of Nuclear Medicine and Biology (WFNMB) being held in Melbourne.
Environmental analysis carried out at ANSTO has been featured in as research spotlight in Earth and Planetary Science (EOS).