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Year 3 to 6 tour outline and syllabus outcomes

The ANSTO primary tour experience has been enjoyed by thousands of students. Visit world-class science facilities and learn about the important role of scientists in society and the different environments they work in. Students participate in a fun and engaging "Colour and Light Show" and discuss their science interests with our experienced education team. 

Animal care and ethics

Animal care and ethics

ANSTO as a leading science research organization in Australia is committed to the ethical, humane and responsible care of animals used for scientific purposes.

Advanced radiotherapy


The radiography program focuses on the development of Neutron Capture Enhanced Particle Therapy (NCEPT) from initial preclinical work, to clinical trials and finally commercial translation and licencing.

toxic tailings from mining

Bacteria-driven remediation of iron ore tailings

Billions of tonnes of iron ore tailings are generated each year from the mining industry. Converting these toxic tailings into soil-like materials which can develop and sustain plant and microbial communities is critical for mine site remediation and improved environmental outcomes.

Safeguarding the future of nuclear medicine production

The Government is safeguarding Australia’s sovereign capability to produce vital nuclear medicines by launching a $30 million project to design a new world-leading manufacturing facility to be built at Lucas Heights in Sydney.

Kirrily Rule Taipan

Meet an expert

Choose from our list of research topics and let your students lead a 30 minute Q&A session with our ANSTO experts.

ANSTO Minerals Kathryn Prince 2016 staff profile image (1) square 200 x 200
Senior Mineralogist

Kathryn is a Senior Mineralogist & Principal Research Scientist responsible for the coordination of mineralogical work within the ANSTO Minerals business unit.

Shorebirds Competition 2021

Shorebirds Competition 2021

ANSTO is proud to host the Shorebirds Competition for the fourth year. This unique environmental poster competition is free to enter and offers over $4000 in prizes (insert link to prizes button) for students and schools!

Robert Blackley
Manager, Radiation Services

Robert Blackley is the Manager of Radiation Services at ANSTO.

Shenal Basnayake
CEO of the Australian Science Teachers Association

Shenal Basnayake is CEO of the Australian Science Teachers Association and is responsible for leading a team of dedicated professionals committed to promoting the profession of school science education and enriching science teaching.