ANSTO works in partnerships and collaborative ventures with national and international organisations.
ANSTO is committed to developing skills and knowledge necessary to bring the full benefit of nuclear technology to Australia. Research is a key contributor to improving Australia's productivity. ANSTO collaborates with other agencies to develop a common understanding of research impact principles.
This is done through partnerships that expand Australia’s capacity for engagement in nuclear science and technology and reflect the Federal Government’s Innovation Priorities, which aim to increase Australia’s capacity to create knowledge and enhance skills and technologies.
ANSTO is proud of its relationships and acknowledges these below.
AINSE is the key link between Australasian universities and ANSTO’s state-of-the-art facilities by facilitating and supporting high-quality research, education and training in nuclear science and engineering.
With our strategic partners, ANSTO has established a framework for cooperation, cultivating long-term institutional co-developments.
With our research partners, we work together in research and education to strengthen Australia’s research. The collaborations include joint research appointments, joint supervision of research students, staff exchange, use of equipment and negotiated arrangements specific to each partner, including joint grant applications, establishments of centres of excellence, and participation in research networks.
|Australian Institute for Bioengineering & Nanotechnology (AIBN)|
Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Research Facility (AMMRF)
Collaborating Research Centres (CRC)
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
Partnerships with these non-government organisations are focused on the promotion of scientific and engineering knowledge.
|Academy of Technological Science and Engineering |
Agreements with ANSTO’s international partners include exchange of information, staff exchange, cooperative projects, organisation of joint seminars and workshops, access for Australian researchers to large-scale facilities and overseas research programs in view of stimulating joint activities for the advancement of science and engineering and, subsequently, innovation.
ANSTO is also engaged with industry associations.
ANSTO has links with a number of governmental bodies and organisations; major links are:
ANSTO’s operation of nuclear (and non-nuclear) facilities and equipment requires close interactions with regulatory bodies, such as: