Specifications, Instrument layout, and Instrument reference
ANSTO manufacture and supply a range of radiopharmaceuticals, radiochemicals, kits and accessories for use in research, industry and the health sector.
Read about an ANSTO scientist and their work to prepare for a school project or interview.
Ultra small angle neutron scattering on Kookaburra is used to study the size and shape of objects of size 10 micrometres and below.
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ANSTO operates a range of cobalt-60 gamma irradiators, providing the Australian community with a range of irradiation services for medical, health, industry, agriculture and research purposes.
Dr Garry McIntyre's primary responsibilities are to provide scientific and strategic leadership to the scientists in the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering (ACNS) who primarily conduct research using neutron scattering at the OPAL reactor, to expa
On behalf of ANSTO thank you for your interest in our tours. We hope your visit to ANSTO will be both enjoyable and informative.
Following a run of successful hackathons involving ANSTO and Nandin startups, we're excited to be launching a Hackathon for students in partnership with the Australian Museum as part of National Science Week where the theme is Deep Blue: Innovation for the future of our oceans.
Matt Bell is a technical officer with a background in mechanical engineering. Matt started at ANSTO in 1993 as a Fitter & Machinist apprentice in the Engineering Workshop.
The ANSTO Awards in Nuclear Science and Technology 2018 were presented on Friday 2 November at The Australian Museum, and showcased ANSTO’s unique nuclear science and technology capabilities, which enable progress in the key areas of health research and innovation for industry.