Environmental scientist with a passion for fieldwork and a lifelong commitment to scientific excellence
The mechanical, electrical, chemical, optical and thermal properties of glass, as determined by its chemical composition and atomic structure, make it a highly useful material with a myriad of applications.
ANSTO has been tracking and publishing data on fine particle pollution from key sites around Australia, and internationally, for more than 20 years.
Following a decade of imaging to support research and clinical trials at ANSTO and the University of Sydney’s Brain and Mind Centre at Camperdown, two PET scanners have been transferred to the University of Wollongong.
A study has provided insight into copper sulfate pentahydrate and could give clues to how other hydrated minerals change under the pressures within planetary environments
3D models of multilayered structures on engineering scale from nanoscale damage profiles.
Archive of ANSTO research publications, seminars and short talks.
Publications and resources from the Powder Diffraction beamline.