Australia’s best known carnivorous dinosaur Australovenator is under the microscope at ANSTO
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Restoring soil carbon can bring benefits for agricultural productivity and climate change mitigation.
The High Performance Macromolecular Crystallography beamline will enable the study of very small (sub-5 micrometre) or weakly diffracting crystals, providing a state-of-the-art high-throughput facility for researchers. MX3 will be able to study the structures of large proteins and protein complexes for virology, drug design and industrial applications via goniometer mounted crystals, in-tray screening, or via serial crystallography methods.
Award recipients Dr Richard Garrett and Dr Nigel Lengkeek with Dr Tien Pham will deliver a Distinguished Lecture on 15 November at ANSTO.
Multi-million dollar Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) Detector launched at the Australian Synchrotron,
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.
Scientists from Monash, ANSTo and China have developed an ultra-thin membrane that could separate harmful ions from water or capture gases.
Collaborators used X-ray imaging to understand the fine detail of how a damaging fungal pathogen reduces leaf function and grain yield of wheat crops.
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.
Australia and Sri Lanka develop action plan to fight Chronic Kidney Disease killer
Singapore researchers publish findings of link between proteins of archaea and eukaryotes despite being separated by more than 2 billion years of evolution.