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Helen Maynard-Casely has been awarded a prestigious Japan Society for the Promotion of Science fellowship, to be hosted for 3 months by the Geochemical Research Centre within the Graduate School for Sciences at University of Tokyo, in Japan.  

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01/11/2014
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We invite you to the AINSE Theatre at ANSTO’s Lucas Heights Campus to hear Winthrop Professor Fiona Wood speak on the challenges we face relating not only to the individual and the health system, but to the whole community. 

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30/10/2014
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A spokesperson from ANSTO has responded to the a small number of enquiries about ANSTO's recent role in air quality monitoring in the Port Kembla area. 

 

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30/10/2014
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Work using deuterated metal-organic framework materials synthesised at the National Deuteration Facility and characterised using ECHIDNA and WOMBAT at our OPAL Reasearch Reactor, is featured on the back cover of this week's Chemical Science

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30/10/2014
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ANSTO welcomed Dr Michael Scholz who gave a science talk on basic principles and challenges in treatment planning of tumours using ion beams.

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29/10/2014
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The people of Wollongong will hear from some of Australia’s top scientists from ANSTO and the University of Wollongong bring the Fact of Fiction show to town. 

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29/10/2014
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Channel Nine’s Ross Greenwood visited ANSTO for an exclusive look at the OPAL research reactor.

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29/10/2014
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Please join us in congratulating Norman Booth, on being awarded the Michael Meissner Prize for the best poster at the recent 8th International Workshop on Sample Environment @ Neutron Scattering Facilities in the UK.

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24/10/2014
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Dr Margaret Elcombe of the ANSTO has been announced the first Australian winner of the prestigious annual international Women in Nuclear (WiN) Global Award.

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23/10/2014
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ANSTO will be separating the facts from the fiction, and sharing with a local audience some of the amazing things now possible through modern science, as well as some incredible insights into what is almost possible. 

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22/10/2014
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On the 28 October ANSTO welcomes the IAEA Deputy Director General, Alexander Bychkov, who will give a talk on nuclear energy. 

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21/10/2014
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Margaret Elcombe has been awarded the 18th Women in Nuclear Global Award, for "Significant Contribution to Leadership, Education, Mentoring and Communication, in applications of Nuclear Science and Technology" at the 22nd WiN Global Annual Conference, which is taking place in Sydney between 20 and 25 October.  

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21/10/2014
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The IAEA will provide specialized diagnostic equipment to help Sierra Leone in its efforts to combat an ongoing ebola virus disease outbreak.

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15/10/2014
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ANSTO staff geared up to join over 50,000 cyclists riding to work on Wednesday 15 October as part of the annual Ride2Work Day. Due to bad weather, however, the ride has been postponed to Wednesday 29 October.

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14/10/2014
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Are you a young engineer looking to learn from senior engineers? Or, are you a senior engineer looking to see how other people approach similar problems that you face? Don’t miss this valuable opportunity to hear from senior engineering professionals, to ask questions and network.

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13/10/2014
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Please join us in congratulating Ulf Garbe on his election as the new president of the International Society for Neutron Radiology, and on the successful bid to host the 11th World Conference on Neutron Radiography in Sydney in 2018.

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13/10/2014
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Today, the University of Tokyo and ANSTO signed agreements on academic exchange, and for collaborative access to facilities, particularly to the Bragg Institute's neutron beam facilities at OPAL.

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09/10/2014
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At least twice a year, Earth comes between the sun and the moon. The result is a lunar eclipse, where we see the splendid sight of Earth’s shadow falling across the moon.

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08/10/2014
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Today, the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency gave approval to commence user and commercial operations on OPAL's 9th neutron beam instrument, the PELICAN cold-neutron time-of-flight spectrometer.

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07/10/2014
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Today, OPAL's new BILBY time-of-flight small-angle neutron scattering instrument recorded its first SANS pattern, in this case showing the first Debye-Scherrer Bragg diffraction ring from a silver behenate standard.

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07/10/2014

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