On 8 October ANSTO welcomes Prof Sean Smith from the University of New South Wales, who will give a lecture on accelerating the discovery of new functional materials as part of our distinguished lecture series.
In order to improve radiation protection for air crew and astronauts we combine radiation transport simulations and experimental measurements to further the understanding of the complex mixed radiation field at the CERF facility.
Congratulations to the team behind ANSTO’s Kowari Strain Scanner, who took home a highly commended distinction in the Research and Development category of the Sydney Engineering Excellence Awards (SEEA) 2014 last Friday.
ANSTO’s international linkages with research collaborators, commercial partners, and industrial innovators are ensuring that the organisation remains at the forefront of efforts to address some of the most complex challenges facing the global community.
The 2014 Operation Art exhibition of more than 700 artworks by NSW school children was officially opened in early September. Sarah Pasagic from Mount Lewis Infants School was presented with the ANSTO Junior Award.
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.
Stimuli-responsive polymer hydrogels have been developed by the Monash Engineering team as a new class of osmotic agent for extracting fresh water from saline water and wastewaters using sunlight or low-grade heat sources.