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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Looking back on 2016: Another milestone in nuclear operations with over 300 days at full power for the second consecutive year

04/01/2017
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Australia’s state-of-the-art multi-purpose nuclear reactor has operated for more than 300 days at full power for a second consecutive year with over 99% reliability.

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ANSTO taking part in international coastal pollution studies

22/12/2016
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ANSTO is representing Australia in an international research project that will use isotopic and nuclear techniques to study coastal pollution at a number of global sites in developing and developed countries.

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Nuclear technique used to evaluate diets of farmed Pacific Oysters

21/12/2016
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Nuclear techniques were used to evaluate optimal diets and feeding regimes for the production of the Pacific Oyster in hatcheries has been confirmed in collaboration with environmental researchers at ANSTO, UNSW and the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI).

 

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Draft 2016 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap released

13/12/2016
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A draft of the 2016 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap has been released and is available for stakeholder feedback before a final of the Roadmap is presented to Government.

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Medals awarded to nuclear waste forms researcher and the late Professor George Collins

08/12/2016
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The Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering (AINSE) has awarded a Gold Medal for excellence in research to Dr Emily Reynolds and posthumously to the late Professor George Collins.

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Looking back on 2016: Another milestone in nuclear operations with over 300 days at full power for the second consecutive year

04/01/2017
OPAL 200 x 145

Australia’s state-of-the-art multi-purpose nuclear reactor has operated for more than 300 days at full power for a second consecutive year with over 99% reliability.

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An excellent transitional first year at the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering

31/12/2016
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2016 has been a very productive transitional first year for the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering (ACNS), formerly part of the Bragg Institute. As of 31 December 2016, ACNS staff have published a total of 174 refereed journal articles in 2016, and gave a total of 35 invited talks at major national and international conferences. Industrial research and engagement continues to increase with 45% of merit-based proposals identifying a specific industrial relevance.

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