Combined users meeting highlights how ANSTO expertise and infrastructure can assist research community.
Restoring soil carbon can bring benefits for agricultural productivity and climate change mitigation.
Australia and Sri Lanka develop action plan to fight Chronic Kidney Disease killer
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Combined imaging approach characterises plaques associated with disease.
Winners of the Big Ideas Competition 2021
The User Advisory Committee (UAC) are pleased to present this year's invited speakers.
A cross-disciplinary team has used laboratory-based and synchrotron-based infrared spectroscopy imaging techniques to monitor the waxy surface of living plant leaves in real-time to gain insights into plant physiology in response to disease, biological changes or environmental stress.
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A new study by researchers from Curtin University using the infrared (IR) and X-ray fluorescence microscopy (XFM) beamlines at the Australian Synchrotron has provided a better understanding of the chemical and elemental composition of latent fingermarks.
Since the discovery of superconducting Caintercalated graphite (CaC6) the intercalation of epitaxial graphene on SiC(0001) with Ca has been studied extensively in order to achieve superconductivity.
The Australian Synchrotron provides funding support for successful beamtime applicants in the form of travel funding and/or onsite accommodation. Travel funds granted are to be used solely to cover the majority of the cost to travel to the AS facility. The User Office will book accommodation for interstate user groups at the onsite AS Guesthouse.
Useful in some mineral processes but a major problem in others, jarosite may be the key to unlocking the geological history and environmental context of water on Mars.
Research represents significant step towards developing vaccine