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).
Nuclear techniques have played an important role in determining the crystal structure of a rare type of intermetallic alloy that exhibits superconductivity.
ANSTO to reopen to staff tomorrow 18th, April. School holiday workshops, external tours cancelled until Monday.
ANSTO always works with local emergency services, and the Rural Fire Service has advised no risk to ANSTO as a result of the fires in the vicinity of our Lucas Heights campus.
In mid-2018, ANSTO, together with several State and Federal Government agencies, will undertake Australia’s 10th routine transport of spent nuclear fuel assemblies.
The Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering is currently hosting three IAEA scientific visitors from Indonesia’s National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN), who are being provided with an overview of the KOWARI, TAIPAN and DINGO instruments.
A large collaboration of scientists have used a powerful new approach to overcome the challenging task of characterising the structure of self-assembling organic molecules on the surface of nanoparticles.
The complementary power of combining multiple X-ray techniques to understand the unusual properties of hyperaccumulator plants has been highlighted in a new cover article just published in New Phytologist.
Science policy and international affairs expert Dr Alison Macfarlane will be at ANSTO on 10 April to deliver a distinguished lecture on the lessons from Fukushima.