Consortium will map the 86 billion nerve cells, 100 trillion connections and neurotransmitters in the human brain.
First Asia Oceania Forum held at the Australian Synchrotron
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A world-class national research facility that uses accelerator technology to produce a powerful source of light-X rays and infrared radiation a million times brighter than the sun.
The User Advisory Committee (UAC) are pleased to present this year's invited speakers.
Frequently asked questions about beamtime, accommodation and the user portal.
ANSTO has a range of publications and reports available for the public.
Following your experiment at the Australian Synchrotron there are certain tasks that users can complete including a user feedback survey and claiming reimbursement for travel expenses.
The BRIGHT Project will expand the beamline infrastructure of the Australian Synchrotron to increase both its capacity and capabilities.
ANSTO is seeking nominations for the ANSTO Australian Synchrotron Stephen Wilkins Thesis Medal.
Two Australian scientists have been appointed to assist with the development of a $500 million-dollar synchrotron facility in Mexico, the first and largest project of its kind.
New infrared imaging technique reveals molecular orientation of proteins in silk fibres
Australian-first detector to accelerate cancer research unveiled.
Dr Angus Cowan has been presented with the Stephen Wilkins Medal, which is awarded annually to a PhD student who completed an outstanding thesis based on work at ANSTO’s Australian Synchrotron.
The Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) has elected Professor Andrew Peele, Director of ANSTO’s Australian Synchrotron, to become a Fellow of the prestigious organisation.
ANSTO is one of Australia’s largest public research organisations and is widely recognised as an international player in the field of nuclear science and technology.