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BioSAXS in tunnel

Biological small angle X-ray scattering beamline (BioSAXS)

The Biological Small Angle X-ray Scattering beamline will be optimised for measuring small angle scattering of surfactants, nanoparticles, polymers, lipids, proteins and other biological macromolecules in solution. BioSAXS combines combine a state-of-the-art high-flux small angle scattering beamline with specialised in-line protein purification and preparation techniques for high-throughput protein analysis.

Micro-Computed Tomography beamline (MCT)

Micro-Computed Tomography beamline (MCT)

With enhanced submicron spatial resolution, speed and contrast, the Micro-Computed Tomography beamline opens a window on the micron-scale 3D structure of a wide range of samples relevant to many areas of science including life sciences, materials engineering, anthropology, palaeontology and geology. MCT will be able to undertake high-speed and high-throughput studies, as well as provide a range of phase-contrast imaging modalities.

High-energy heavy ion microprobe

High-energy heavy ion microprobe

The high-energy heavy-ion microprobe is used for the characterisation or modification of material properties at depths from approximately 1 micrometre to maximum depths of up to 500 micrometres from the material surface. 

Instrument Scientist (The triple-axis spectrometers Sika and Taipan)

Role at ANSTO

Energy Materials

Energy Materials

Creating a global energy system that is both environmentally and economically sustainable is unquestionably one of the largest challenges facing the scientific and engineering communities.

Nanoprobe Satellite Building

Nanoprobe beamline (NANO) UNDER CONSTRUCTION

The X-ray Fluorescence Nanoprobe beamline undertakes high-resolution X-ray microspectroscopy, elemental mapping and coherent diffraction imaging – providing a unique facility capable of spectroscopic and full-field imaging. Elemental mapping and XANES studies will be possible at sub-100 nm resolution, with structural features able to be studied down to 15 nm using scanning X-ray diffraction microscopy.

Archive of publications 2017 and prior


Archive of ANSTO research publications, seminars and short talks.

Hutch B


Publications and resources from the Powder Diffraction beamline.