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2019 Shorebirds Competition Summary and Results

From June to August we invited primary schools in Greater Sydney/Illawarra and Melbourne to participate in our 2019 Shorebirds Competition. Students in Years 3 to 6 were asked to create a public awareness poster for a threatened shorebird found in Australia.

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Visitor safety during COVID-19

We're excited to welcome visitors back to ANSTO for tours. Help keep our visitors and staff safe by following these guidelines during your visit.

2020 Shorebirds Competition Summary and Results

Primary students across Australia were invited to create a public awareness poster for a threatened shorebird found in Australia for our 2020 Shorebirds Competition. In response to COVID-19, and the changes to children’s learning environments, we opened the competition early and also included categories for individual children to enter, as well as school children.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions about the ANSTO Security Process, travel funding, ANSTO Research Portal and ACNS Customer Portal.

Gamma spectrometry

Radioactivity Measurement

ANSTO has responsibilities mandated by the Australian Government for the maintenance of the national measurement standard for radioactivity.

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Go behind the scenes at ANSTO with one of our community tours and see the landmark facilities our scientists use to improve our health, understand our environment, and develop new solutions for industry.

Consultant Health Physicist, Radiation Services

As a Consultant Health Physicist within ANSTO’s Radiation Services team, Bronte brings her experience in the field of radiation detection and protection to support the development and delivery of complex programs in a commercially focu

ANSTO helping to ensure the safety of astronauts in space

A team of ANSTO health researchers, staff at the Centre for Accelerator Science and Dr Melanie Ferlazzo, a postdoc from the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM), and scientists from the French Space Agency (CNES), are collaborating on investigations to determine the impact of secondary particles on human cells using the new microprobe beamline at ANSTO’s Centre for Accelerator Science.