Australia part of global renaissance in fusion power research symbolised by ITER experiment
With enhanced submicron spatial resolution, speed and contrast, the Micro-Computed Tomography beamline opens a window on the micron-scale 3D structure of a wide range of samples relevant to many areas of science including life sciences, materials engineering, anthropology, palaeontology and geology. MCT will be able to undertake high-speed and high-throughput studies, as well as provide a range of phase-contrast imaging modalities.
Highlighted at radiation protection congress
The first demonstration of reversible symmetry lowering phase transformation with heating.
The Titan Krios cryo-electron microscope reveals the inner workings of life at the cellular level.
Dr Anna Paradowska has been appointed as a Conjoint Professor of Practice in Advanced Structural Materials at the University of Sydney.
Role at ANSTO
Terahertz/Far Infrared beamlines assisted investigation into possible composition of lower atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan.
ANSTO Industry Foundations Scholarship - Priority Focus Area
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.
Insights into the crystallisation process of twin crystals important for drug production.
Physicist and cancer research Dr Mitra Safavi-Naeini, Macromolecular crystallography beamline scientist Dr Eleanor Campbell and Engineering Support Workshop Manager Bianca Shepherd have been chosen by Science and Technology Australia as the next Superstars of STEM
Role at ANSTO
Senior electronics engineer from SESAME visits following donation of instrumentation to the Middle East's synchrotron in Jordan.
Research represents significant step towards developing vaccine