Inelastic neutron scattering (INS) has provided experimental evidence that the two dimensional material, alpha ruthenium trichloride, α-RuCl3 is a strong candidate for a quantum spin liquid (QSL) that fits the Kitaev theoretical model.
Scientists at the ANSTO's Centre for Accelerator Science and Australian Synchrotron were part of a team who have found new proof of the earliest occupation in Australia.
A temperature record based on sediments from a lake in Tasmania collected by ANSTO environmental researcher Dr Krystyna Saunders is among the global, multiproxy dataset published by the Past Global Changes (PAGES) Consortium in Scientific Reports.
ANSTO researchers have co-led an international team that evaluated antidepressant-like properties of novel compounds in preclinical behavioural and pharmacological studies.
Twenty-five Year 10 girls from Sutherland Shire schools have been given a special insight into what it would be like to be a scientist, spending two days shadowing the work of some of Australia’s brightest young scientists at Lucas Heights.
ANSTO and Griffith University researchers have contributed to a better understanding of how pollutants accumulate and are distributed in amphibians during development.
QUOKKA measured changes to the skyrmion lattice in situ when an electric current was applied under different magnetic fields
ANSTO, in association with James Cook University, has collected marine sediments from the Australia Pacific Region which will be used to produce Certified Reference Materials by the IAEA Environmental Laboratories Monaco
ANSTO has contributed to research led by a group at Oxford University that demonstrated the viability of using a single-step double element-hydrogen bond activation process to produce a metal dihydride compound.
A young Australian researcher at ANSTO is currently undertaking a training program to become a surrogate inspector for the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organisation (CTBTO)