The ANSTO Nuclear Medicine Project is an investment that will position Australia as a global leader in the manufacture of nuclear medicine. Learn more.
The nuclear medicine facility will produce Molybdenum-99 which is used to in many nuclear medicine procedures to diagnose diseases such as heart disease. Learn more.
We are developing a Synroc plant which will manage nuclear waste safely and economically. Learn more.
The construction of the nuclear medicine facility began in mid 2014 and is on schedule to be completed in 2017. Learn more.
Do you want to learn more about the ANSTO Nuclear Medicine Project or the Synroc waste plant? We have answered some of your frequently asked questions. Learn more.
ANM project construction progress
Watch the time-lapse video capturing the construction progress from May 2014 to April 2016 on the new nuclear medicine facility being built at ANSTO.
Minister for Industry welcomes progress on ANM Project
The Minister for Industry, Ian Macfarlane, welcomes the progress on the ANM Project.
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