The light created at the Australian Synchrotron is about a million times brighter than the sun. This brilliant light can be used to assemble tiny machines that would fit into the eye of a needle, improve cancer detection, and develop new drugs to fight malaria.
On Sunday 20 October 2019 you will have a rare chance to go behind the scenes of this state-of-the-art facility and experience these scientific wonders first-hand.
Please book into the introductory 30-minute presentation and allow one hour for the self-guided Synchrotron tour. In this time you will have the chance to:
Learn how the Synchrotron works and the amazing research it enables.
Talk to our scientists stationed at each of the Synchrotron nine beamlines
Unwind in our cafe and picnic areas, where you can listen to live interviews with ANSTO scientists while children enjoy one of our exciting science workshops and hands-on activities
There will be plenty of photo opportunities and regular giveaways too!
Entry to the Synchrotron Open Day is free including an introductory presentation and self-guided tour but you may wish to upgrade your experience with one of the following: