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Human health research

Human health researchers at ANSTO use world-class nuclear and isotopic techniques to undertake research and development activities to address some of the most challenging health problems.

Food Materials Science

Food Materials Science

The Food Materials Science project applies nuclear-based techniques to investigate fundamental and industrial problems of national significance in food science, including food processing and product development. ingredient selection, food, and health

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Technology Innovation

ANSTO is dedicated to identifying opportunities for the application of knowledge and technology developed by the organisation for a wide range of industry applications.

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Research to improve food quality and design for better health

We are using nuclear and other methods to improve the traceability of food to ensure safety and security for consumers and industry, optimise the various functions of food and its production and understand the fundamental mechanisms that link some food to an immune response

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Science Meets Business: Innovation series

The ANSTO Innovation Series is a live and virtual meet-up that focuses on the key capacities of ANSTO’s people, partners and facilities and how they are meeting global challenges in sustainable industries, medicine, advanced manufacturing and in accelerating small business.

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Sustainability Manager - ANSTO

Nathan is the Sustainability Manager at ANSTO where his role incorporates environmental, financial, and social sustainability for the future.

ANSTO's Roland Wong
Manager, Waste Characterisation

Roland Wong is the Manager of ANSTO’s Waste Characterisation team within the Waste Management Services group.

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