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I am a joint PhD student of ANSTO and University of Wollongong. I have started here as a student from November 2013. My supervisor at ANSTO is Dr. Shane Kennedy, Technical Director of Bragg Institute, ANSTO and Dr.
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
Stephen received his PhD (Physical Chemistry) from Griffith University in 1996.
Collaboration investigates a promising new nanoparticle for potential use in combination with other therapies for brain cancer
Australian-first detector to accelerate cancer research unveiled.
Dr Filomena Floriana Salvemini is an instrument scientist on the neutron imaging instrument DINGO.
The ANSTO Awards in Nuclear Science and Technology 2018 were presented on Friday 2 November at The Australian Museum, and showcased ANSTO’s unique nuclear science and technology capabilities, which enable progress in the key areas of health research and innovation for industry.