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.
Contributing to research that strengthens the defence of Australia
Combined users meeting highlights how ANSTO expertise and infrastructure can assist research community.
Today Dr Jenine McCutcheon from the University of Queensland’s School of Earth and Environmental Sciences has been recognised for her outstanding research with the Australian Synchrotron's Stephen Wilkins Medal.
Applications open for 2017 ANSTO Australian Synchrotron Stephen Wilkins Medal
ANSTO’s Dr Joanne Lackenby and Dr Katie Sizeland have been selected 2018 Superstars of STEM as some of Australia’s most inspiring scientists, technologists and educators.
Nominations are being accepted for the 2017 Stephen Wilkins medal for an outstanding thesis.
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
Over the last decades, neutron, photon, and ion beams have been established as an innovative and attractive investigative approach to characterise cultural-heritage materials.
Research on lunar meteorite and moon crater analogues coincides with Science Week.
Australia’s best known carnivorous dinosaur Australovenator is under the microscope at ANSTO
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