Event held to mark anniversary of SPRing-8 in Japan.
The Medium Energy- X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy beamlines will provide access to XANES and EXAFS data from a bending magnet source, optimised for cutting-edge applications in biological, agricultural and environmental science in an energy range that is not currently available at the Australia Synchrotron.
NSTO’S major project to introduce eight new beamlines at the Australian Synchrotron has reached a milestone with the delivery of ‘first light’ to the new MEX-1 beamline.
ANSTO’s user office in Melbourne offers access to the Australian Synchrotron, a world-class research facility with over 4,000 user visits per year. ANSTO seeks collaboration and partnerships with research organisations, scientific users and commercial users.
A world-class national research facility that uses accelerator technology to produce a powerful source of light-X rays and infrared radiation a million times brighter than the sun.
Restoring soil carbon can bring benefits for agricultural productivity and climate change mitigation.
The BRIGHT Project will expand the beamline infrastructure of the Australian Synchrotron to increase both its capacity and capabilities.
ANSTO’s Australian Synchrotron has been working on an initiative that could substantially improve radiotherapy treatment for cancer patients.
In Australia and the Southeast Asia basin, the ANSTO facility offers a wide range of unique nuclear-beam techniques for cultural heritage research.
$80.2 million in new funding to expand the research capabilities of the Australian Synchrotron.
Explore ANSTO's range of publications and reports available for the public.
Pioneering work on materials for energy production, such as lithium ion batteries, has made ANSTO a centre of specialist capabilities and expertise.