The Imaging and Medical beamline (IMBL) is a flagship beamline of the Australian Synchrotron built with considerable support from the NHMRC. It is one of only a few of its type, and delivers the world’s widest synchrotron x-ray ‘beam’.
New infrared imaging technique reveals molecular orientation of proteins in silk fibres
Award recipients Dr Richard Garrett and Dr Nigel Lengkeek with Dr Tien Pham will deliver a Distinguished Lecture on 15 November at ANSTO.
Today Dr Jenine McCutcheon from the University of Queensland’s School of Earth and Environmental Sciences has been recognised for her outstanding research with the Australian Synchrotron's Stephen Wilkins Medal.
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ANSTO has agreed to participate in an Australian trial of a review of research infrastructure access proposals in which applicants remain anonymous to aid the removal of structural barriers to the career progression of Women in STEM.
New material shows enhanced conductivity for solid oxide fuel cells used in satellites, spacecraft, transport vehicles and as power source
ANSTO contributes to new international project to improve how the world assesses the economic viability of Small Modular Reactors
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Using isotopes to understand saltwater intrusion of Rottnest Island groundwater
ANSTO Nuclear Fuel Cycle researcher recognised for contributions to crystallography and structural chemistry on actinides and lanthanides.
The OPAL research reactor's design and integrated safety features mean it is extremely safe; a fact confirmed by independent analysis.
ANSTO has safely managed its radioactive waste for over 60 years. Waste is managed in accordance with national and international standards.
Advances in radon measurement technology by ANSTO researchers over the past decade have enabled the improved characterisation of the composition of pristine air masses that reach Antarctica.
MABI instrument can determine both the concentration and source of black carbon pollution in the atmosphere.