New class of single atoms catalysts for carbon nanotubes characterised.
After careful selection, three Australian science teachers are set to fly to Geneva today after winning positions on the International High School Teacher Programme at CERN.
Resources and a list of user publications associated with Infrared microspectroscopy.
This afternoon, the Chair of ANSTO, Dr Annabelle Bennett, wrote to all staff to let them know that CEO Dr Adi Paterson has decided to resign. She said the Board is deeply appreciative of the contributions Adi has made, including to the health, research and academic outputs of ANSTO during his tenure. Mr Shaun Jenkinson will continue as Acting CEO, while the Board undertakes a global search for a permanent CEO.
Guide to successful proposals and experiments at the Powder Diffraction beamline.
ANSTO is interested finding students to collaborate on Generation IV reactor systems.
Frequently Asked Questions on the Macromolecular Crystallography beamlines (MX1 and MX2)
ANSTO provides access to specialised facilities and capabilities by application. Please ensure that you contact the relevant ANSTO scientist for advice before submitting a proposal.
The User Office is the first point of contact for all new and returning facility users accessing ANSTO’s wide range of world-class research infrastructure. These users may be internal ANSTO researchers, external merit researchers, commercial clients, scientific collaborators and partners.
Dr Katie Sizeland, a Postdoctoral Fellow on the Small Angle X-ray Scattering beamline at the Australian Synchrotron, has been chosen for the Homeward Bound STEMM leadership program
Beamtime guide on the SAX / WAXS beamline at the Australian Synchrotron.
Instrument scientist and expert in low dimensional magnetism Dr Kirrily Rule joins FLEET ARC Centre.
ANSTO signed a cooperation agreement with ITER to enable Australia to engage with and benefit from participation in the world’s largest engineering project to create fusion energy.
The Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering (ACNS) is a major research facility for neutron science that comprises a suite of neutron instruments with a range of techniques for scientific investigations in physics, chemistry, materials science, medicine and environmental science among other fields.