Frequently asked questions about beamtime, accommodation and the user portal.
Consortium will map the 86 billion nerve cells, 100 trillion connections and neurotransmitters in the human brain.
The Australian Synchrotron provides an online resource for users to view publications associated with the Australian Synchrotron.
Sample environments, Data Analysis, Mail-in Services.
Over the last decades, neutron, photon, and ion beams have been established as an innovative and attractive investigative approach to characterise cultural-heritage materials.
Synchrotron infrared technique reveals first insights into evolution and structure of Australian basket-web spider’s silk.
New infrared imaging technique reveals molecular orientation of proteins in silk fibres
Singapore researchers publish findings of link between proteins of archaea and eukaryotes despite being separated by more than 2 billion years of evolution.
ANSTO provides eduroam services for partnering institutions in Australia and around the world.
Australian-first detector to accelerate cancer research unveiled.
Multi-million dollar Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) Detector launched at the Australian Synchrotron,
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.
The Infrared microspectroscopy microscopes can record spectra from a range of different samples; from thin microtomed sections to polished blocks and embedded particles. This section highlights the types of samples that can be analysed using the IRM beamline
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.
Resources and a list of user publications associated with Infrared microspectroscopy.
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.
ANSTO’s user office in Melbourne offers access to the Australian Synchrotron, a world-class research facility with over 4,000 user visits per year. ANSTO seeks collaboration and partnerships with research organisations, scientific users and commercial users.