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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Distinguished Lecture: Big Science can provide value for money

20/02/2017
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Emeritus Professor of Physics Max Brennan AO will explore the topic, “Big Science—Value for Money” in a Distinguished Lecture at ANSTO on 21 March 2017.

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Collaborative research has significance for ubiquitous interaction of biomolecules with water

14/02/2017
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Experiments at ANSTO have provided supporting evidence of unexpected enhancement of water solubility of biomolecules in an aqueous solution of divalent transition-metal cations.

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A sparrow with 257 parts weighing more than 29 tonnes arrives safely at ANSTO

14/02/2017
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A small team at ANSTO will begin the painstaking assembly of the newly acquired neutron reflectometer SPATZ, formerly known as BioRef, which has arrived safely in three shipping containers after a two-month journey from Germany.

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Prof Andrew Peele appointed President of the Australian Institute of Physics

08/02/2017
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Director of the Australian Synchrotron, Professor Andrew Peele, is the new President of the Australian Institute of Physics.

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Unearthing immune responses to common drugs

07/02/2017
Autoimmune complexes

Australian researchers used the Australian Synchrotron to bring us a step closer to understanding immune sensitivities to well-known, and commonly prescribed, medications.

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Collaborative research has significance for ubiquitous interaction of biomolecules with water

14/02/2017
Tryptophan 200 x 145

Experiments at ANSTO have provided supporting evidence of unexpected enhancement of water solubility of biomolecules in an aqueous solution of divalent transition-metal cations.

Learn more »

A sparrow with 257 parts weighing more than 29 tonnes arrives safely at ANSTO

14/02/2017
Spatz team 200 x 145

A small team at ANSTO will begin the painstaking assembly of the newly acquired neutron reflectometer SPATZ, formerly known as BioRef, which has arrived safely in three shipping containers after a two-month journey from Germany.

Learn more »
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