ANSTO has participated in collaborative research investigating microstructure and the superconducting properties of a material made with isotopically pure boron for use in the magnetic coils of nuclear fusion reactors, such as the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER).
Emeritus Professor of Physics Max Brennan AO will explore the topic, “Big Science—Value for Money” in a Distinguished Lecture at ANSTO on 21 March 2017.
Experiments at ANSTO have provided supporting evidence of unexpected enhancement of water solubility of biomolecules in an aqueous solution of divalent transition-metal cations.
A small team at ANSTO will begin the painstaking assembly of the newly acquired neutron reflectometer SPATZ, formerly known as BioRef, which has arrived safely in three shipping containers after a two-month journey from Germany.
Director of the Australian Synchrotron, Professor Andrew Peele, is the new President of the Australian Institute of Physics.
Australian researchers used the Australian Synchrotron to bring us a step closer to understanding immune sensitivities to well-known, and commonly prescribed, medications.
ANSTO has joined a Sino-Australian project and contributed significantly to research clarifying the origin of the superior mechanical properties in a new class of materials for use in the next generation of molten salt reactors (MSRs).
AINSE Winter School participant will study the impact of volcanic emissions on cosmogenic beryllium.
ANSTO has collaborated on research with Macquarie University to clarify the origin of microstructures in metamorphic rock found deep in the Earth’s crust and mantle impacted by mineral-bearing fluids.