Below lists some useful programs for data reduction, search matching, analysis and structure visualisation of diffraction data.
Your students can analyse real research data from ANSTO scientists.
Data analysis on the X-ray fluorescence microscopy beamline at the Australian Synchrotron.
Atmosphere scientists find link between indigenous weather knowledge and Sydney air pollution.
Sakura is a data explorer for X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) data. It reads data captured on the XAS beamline at the Australian Synchrotron.
Launch of the second phase of construction of the underground laboratory to detect dark matter.
ANSTO Head of Research Dr Suzanne Hollins has been appointed to chair IAEA group on nuclear applications.
ANSTO to ensure ultra-low radiation environment in newly-funded Stawell Underground Physics Laboratory.
ANSTO is temporarily housing 12 tonnes of an important chemical for the SABRE Dark Matter Detector as part of the Dark Matter project.
Stage 1 of the Stawell Underground Physics Laboratory was officially opened today. It will be home to multi-disciplinary scientists from five research partners who help us understand dark matter.
Moving earth in the search for dark matter: laboratory construction underway at mine site.
Radiocarbon dating capabilities at the Centre for Accelerator Science have provided evidence of a 17,300-year old painting of a kangaroo from the Kimberley region.
ANSTO continually collects meteorological data from its 50-metre tower. A summary of ANSTO's climate statistics including temperature, wind speed and direction, relative humidity, atmospheric pressure and rainfall recorded at this location are provided below.
ANSTO-nandin innovation hub win global hackathon challenge from NASA with COVID19 solution.
With all excavation completed and rock removed from the underground site, the physics lab will now be built within the caverns of the Stawell Mines site.