Under the agreement, ANSTO, operating the Synchrotron and other national research facilities, agreed to help with “in-kind support to investigate the epidemiology of CKDu.”
A large international collaboration, which included ANSTO, has successfully synthesised highly porous rhodium nanoparticles that could be used as a more effective catalytic converter for vehicles.
An archaeological study has found evidence of the earliest occupation of the Australian coast from Barrow Island, Northwest Australia.
A National Particle Therapy and Research Centre would provide all Australians with access to the very latest in cancer treatments, delivering proton therapy and cutting edge carbon therapy.
Study investigated the use of a beam of positron-emitting radionuclides for the precise delivery of non-invasive and highly conformal radiotherapy.
Advanced X-ray imaging techniques have been used to identify essential chemical elements in the feathers of long-distance migratory seabirds.
Building a stable tower out of paper and designing a bionic limb were among the challenges of the Discover Engineering day, held on 11 May at ANSTO.
The 2016 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap which outlines Australia's research infrastructure requirements over the coming decade has been released today by the Minister for Education and Training, Senator Simon Birmingham, and Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Senator Arthur Sinodinos.