See details of previously published customer updates from our Health products team.
Planning is now underway for a second repatriation project which is scheduled to take place in 2022. Find out more information.
The final report on the safety of Building 23 by the independent expert review team has been completed.
ANSTO has released the Independent Safety Review of Building 23 - Nuclear medicine production facility.
Principal Technical Consultant Michael Druce shares some personal insights on the design and construction of ANSTO's nuclear medicine facility.
The new facility will be built around a product line of ANSTO’s design – a new Technetium-99m generator – that will enable greater process automation than is possible with existing technology, leading to improvements in efficiency, quality and importantly the highest levels of production safety.
The nuclear medicine community has welcomed the Australian Government’s decision to provide $30 million in funding to ANSTO for the design of a new nuclear medicine manufacturing facility.
Latest information on the scheduled supply of our nuclear medicine production.
ANSTO manufacture and supply a range of radiopharmaceuticals, radiochemicals, kits and accessories for use in research, industry and the health sector.
Radionuclide metrology is the technical function of measuring radioactivity of radionuclides.
In May 2023, The Honourable Dr Annabelle Bennett, ANSTO Board Chair, shared ANSTO's Statement of Intent with the Minister for Industry, Science and Technology.
Applied Molecular Therapies (AMT) has announced a successful TGA licence upgrade for the GMP manufacture of an emerging prostate cancer therapy, following the launch of a new joint venture between Cyclotek and ANSTO.
Australia’s nuclear agency ANSTO is continuing to lead planning efforts to repatriate what is called a TN-81 cask of intermediate-level radioactive from the United Kingdom in 2022.
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Radioisotopes are widely used in medicine, industry, and scientific research. New applications for radioisotopes are constantly being developed.