ANSTO has a full suite of mineralogical, chemical and hydrometallurgical facilities from laboratory through to pilot scale.
Role at ANSTO
ANSTO Big Ideas encourages students to creatively communicate the work of an Australian scientist, and explain how their work has inspired them to come up with a Big Idea to make our world a better place. This competition is intended to engage and support Australian students in years 7-10 in Science and encourage them to pursue studies and careers in STEM.
ANSTO has renewed a strategic partnership with the Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics (SINAP) with a bilateral meeting and the signing of a new Memorandum of Understanding on 14 March at Lucas Heights.
Research explores how structure contributes to function in food
When an energetic ion beam hits a sample it will interact with the atoms through a number of very complex interactions. By detecting and measuring the reaction products resulting from the various interactions and their intensities, you can obtain quantitative data on the sample's constituent elements and their spatial distribution.
Pamela is an Executive leader with a background in technology, mining, geoscience, operational and corporate roles in public and private sector corporations and NFPs in Africa and Australasia.
New energy technologies, including hydrogen production, are being investigated to achieve decarbonisation.
Use of nuclear techniques to benefit industry and consumers
A large team of ANSTO scientists in collaboration with University of Wollongong researchers has developed a new hybrid technique that enhances the effectiveness of a cutting-edge form of radiation therapy for advanced cancer.
Ultra-realistic simulations of a PET imaging system for next-generation radiotherapy: Collaboration giving back to the open source science community.
This COVIDSafe Plan describes the actions that ANSTO will take to keep our staff, contractors and visitors safe and minimise the risk of the spread of COVID-19 infection.
Many countries around the world are investigating small modular reactors as the the newest, most innovative and versatile nuclear power solution.
Dr Garry McIntyre's primary responsibilities are to provide scientific and strategic leadership to the scientists in the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering (ACNS) who primarily conduct research using neutron scattering at the OPAL reactor, to expa
Dr Filomena Floriana Salvemini is an instrument scientist on the neutron imaging instrument DINGO.