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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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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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On the 28 October ANSTO welcomes Dr Michael Scholz who will give a science talk on basic principles and challenges in treatment planning of tumours using ion beams.

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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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Plastic pollution is finding its way into the tissues of marine wildlife. Although many environmental risks of plastic have long been known, analysis by ANSTO has detected chemicals from plastic pollution in the feathers of seabirds.

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02/10/2014
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ANSTO has postponed its site-wide bushfire evacuation exercise, which was scheduled to occur on Tuesday 7 October 2014.

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01/10/2014
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Today, as part of our effort to grow industrial and commercial use of OPAL's neutron-beam facilities, and those of the National Deuteration Facility, the Bragg Institute has launched a new set of industry-focussed webpages.

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01/10/2014
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In the coming decade, theory and modelling that harness massive advances in high performance computing to rapidly predict materials properties and functionality will enable an unprecedented acceleration in discovery, development and innovation in the materials sciences.

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30/09/2014
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ANSTO has been involved in a plastic trawling expedition from Hobart to Sydney researching the impact of plastics on pelagic birds and the marine ecosystem. 

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29/09/2014
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Last week, ANSTO scientists joined teachers, community members, councillors and MP’s on a citizen science expedition on the Port Hacking, trawling for plastics under the surface of the river.

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29/09/2014
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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. 

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29/09/2014
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The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) recently celebrated its 60th anniversary at an event attended by official delegates from 35 counties. 

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29/09/2014
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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.

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23/09/2014
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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.

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22/09/2014

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