Latest ANSTO News

Discovery of Australia’s oldest pottery rewrites understanding of Aboriginal marine history
ANSTO’s international development activities captured in Australian Development Corporation Performance Report 2022-2023
The Southern Ocean has the cleanest air on Earth. We have just discovered why
Synchrotron techniques provide insights into swifter battery charging
ANSTO delivers custom tailored radioisotopes bound for space applications with tech incubator entX
Government Science Showcased At Parliament House
SMEs unlock critical minerals potential with a free CSIRO R&D support program
Certificate Of Appreciation From WA DFES
Expertise in the characterisation of radioactive waste supports the new ANSTO Synroc® Waste Treatment Plant
Showcasing ANSTO’s Innovative Technologies at Phoenix’s Waste Management Symposia
Champions are accelerating progress in the empowerment of women
ANSTO’s Australian Synchrotron Goes Solar for a Greener Future
Aspiring women in STEM to celebrate International Women’s Day at the Australian National Maritime Museum
Need To Tackle Microplastics
ANSTO Hosted IAEA Pacific Islands Workshop in February 2024
Operations Resumed At Australian Synchrotron
Japanese scientists collaborate on self-healing ceramics for nuclear reactors
Water damage at Australian Synchrotron following storm: Experiment users impacted
High energy irradiation used to investigate advanced material for power electronics
Appointment to the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation Board
Innovative approach to assess how diet of pregnant woman might impact foetal development
Major study finds potential drug target for lowering cholesterol
Boost for critical minerals and rare earths research
Advanced food provenance and biosecurity in the Asia Pacific with FNCA project
Ultra-thin lithium strips show great promise as anode material for enhanced lithium ion batteries
Neutron group recognises diverse accomplishments of scientists at User Meeting
Appointments to Foreign Investment Review Board
New study of hydroclimate records reveals how water cycle on Earth responds to temperature increases
ANSTO joins the international effort to protect people and the environment from the effects of the contaminant mercury
Brothers produce produces excellent scientific results with improvements to silicon
Top food trend ‘Provenance’ takes ‘Local’ to new level – delivering traceability, transparency and driving forward sustainability among food providers
$27 billion in net benefits, increased productivity, congestion curbed and 55,000 jobs: how decentralisation would boost Melbourne
Feathery moa’s fossilised footprints, ancient age revealed
2023 Symposium closing remarks: Professor Chennupati Jagadish
ARC Discovery project funding for geometry of the genome and the engineering of solid-state sodium batteries announced
Using antibacterial lipids in nanoparticles combined with established treatment shows promise against antibiotic resistant bacteria
Sharing radiochemistry expertise with an IAEA training course
Preventing catastrophic failure in lithium ion batteries
Detailed isotopic profile of groundwater in NSW can inform management of this essential resource
At the foreshore of sustainable fishing: a new tool to tackle seafood fraud
Promising material provides a simple, effective method capable of extracting uranium from seawater
Education project focused on engaging next-generation nuclear science professionals in Australia and Japan
Nobel Prizes recognise insights at molecular and atomic scale
Aussie researchers extend helping hand to Ukraine
Research reveals how disordered proteins contribute to the properties of the rabies virus
Research brings better understanding of how disordered proteins contribute to the properties of the rabies virus
Securing future of critical nuclear medicines