Improving cost of particle beam therapy

A recent IAEA study has found that the high costs of establishing an advanced cancer treatment currently not available in Australia can be controlled through innovation.

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New method for producing PET radiotracers in higher radiochemical yields

26/04/2017
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ANSTO researchers have led the development of a new method for producing PET radiotracers. The discovery utilises the transition metal rhenium to promote fluorine-18 radiolabelling under aqueous, low temperature conditions.

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Honorary doctorate of science awarded to our CEO

21/04/2017
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Dr Paterson was recognised for his extensive national and international experience and impact in science, innovation, energy policy and the nuclear fuel cycle.

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3D models of multilayered structures on engineering scale from nanoscale damage profiles

19/04/2017
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Computer modelling of nano-indentation studies performed on ion-irradiated steels has generated 3D stress-field maps on an engineering scale that agree well with experimental results.

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Research confirms heating can increase strength of a type of hydrogel

11/04/2017
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Collaboration finds calixerene hydrogels formed with electrolyte magnesium chloride increase in strength upon heating.

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Insights from collaborative research may lead to improvements in the production of carbon fibres

04/04/2017
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Research undertaken at the Australian Synchrotron has contributed to a better understanding of chemical changes that affect structure in the production of high-performance carbon fibres.

 

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Research confirms heating can increase strength of a type of hydrogel

11/04/2017
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Collaboration finds calixerene hydrogels formed with electrolyte magnesium chloride increase in strength upon heating.

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First SIKA Research Article

23/03/2017
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Prof. Way-Faung Pong, from Tamkang University in Taiwan, along with collaborators from ANSTO and Osaka University in Japan, recently published the first research paper from the cold neutron, triple axis spectrometer, SIKA.

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