The scientist who gave the inaugural Distinguished Lecture at ANSTO in 2009 on fusion energy is returning in early December to deliver a second on the ITER fusion reactor development project.
Congratulations to the ACNS Sample Environment team who won the George Collins Award for Innovation at the 2017 ANSTO Awards in Nuclear Science and Technology at a gala event held last night.
Newly recruited immunologist and cellular biologist Dr Frederic Sierro is convinced that a thorough understanding of the complex cellular players and activities of the immune system may be the key to many illnesses.
ACNS & NDF are involved in two successful ARC-Discovery grants in the current round on "Liquids to semiconductors: the formation of solution-processed electronics" with the Macquarie University and "Mixing the Jigsaw Pieces of Natural Products: New Molecules-New Properties" with the University of Sydney, along with one ARC-Linkage, Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities on "Thermo-gravimetric infra-red imaging system for functional materials study" with the University of Wollongong.
An Australian-first cancer treatment facility was the hot topic at the National Particle Therapy Symposium in Adelaide on Monday.
Japanese researchers have used nuclear techniques at ANSTO to characterise the properties of a new family of materials they developed for use as solid oxide fuel cells, sensors and oxygen separation membranes.
An exciting new project, proposed by Australia, brought together the knowledge and expertise of member states of the Forum for Nuclear Cooperation in Asia (FNCA) to address how knowledge of climate changes in the past can help them understand the environmental challenges they face today and will face in future.
Melbourne researchers have used the Australian Synchrotron to produce the first 3D structure of a molecular scaffold, that plays a critical role in the development and spread of some cancers.
Nuclear Science and Technology award recipients Dr Richard Garrett and Dr Nigel Lengkeek and Dr Tien Pham will deliver a Distinguished Lecture on 15 November at ANSTO.
The international residual stress research community has recognised ANSTO’s National Director of Australian Gen-IV Research Lyndon Edwards for his ‘excellent contribution to the advancement of applied residual stress applications and control’ .