Latest ANSTO News

Working in Asia Pacific region to assess impact of plastics in marine environments
Our understanding of atom powers nuclear and accelerator techniques
Plans to safely manage medical and research waste
Research provides understanding of migration of early peoples into Oceania
Big step in hip implants
Updates on developments in small modular reactor technologies
Advanced surface dating technique clarifies information about possible migration of early peoples to Americas
Meteorites from red desert of Australia support search for life on red planet Mars
ANSTO contributes to new understanding of how COVID infects humans
Surfing at atomic scale: ANSTO scientists confirm experimentally new fundamental law for liquids
Plato’s Cave: Stalagmites reveal Australia’s pre-colonial bushfire history
Prime Minister announces funding for Precision Medicine
Risks posed by stormwater runoff can be monitored with thin-film technology
Australia’s first national space mission central to Budget 2022-23
Federal grants for ANSTO expertise and infrastructure will benefit manufacturing and nuclear technologies
Research challenges assumptions about deep-sea volcanic eruptions
Research challenge assumptions about deep-sea volcanic eruptions
Findings challenge assumptions about deep-sea volcanic eruptions
Novel research gives more clues about minerals under pressure within earth or other planets
Novel research gives more clues about pressures within earth or other planets
Under pressure: tour-de-force joint neutron and X-ray experiment on an historic sample
Technique provides insights into mechanism of membrane fusion in COVID infection
Ensuring performance of microelectronics in space
ARPANSA approves siting licence for ANSTO waste facility
Non-invasive skin cancer treatment manufactured by ANSTO in Southern Sydney
ANSTO scientist awarded Nancy Millis Medal for Women in Science by Australian Academy of Science
ANSTO scientist awarded Nancy Millis Medal for Woman in Science by Australian Academy of Science
ANSTO and startup contributing to Australian space research and development
Fine tuning materials for energy storage using architectural design and structural engineering
Fine tuning materials using architectural design and structural engineering for energy storage
ANSTO expertise highlighted in 3D IMAX film about Angkorian Empire
Nuclear technique improves properties of innovative bone implant material
Nuclear technique improves properties of innovative bone transplant material
Superhero substance used in new bone implants to combat infection
Nuclear techniques confirm rare finding that crocodile devoured baby dinosaur
Applied Molecular Therapies launches its first theranostic product in prostate cancer treatment
Star power reached in nuclear fusion
Research captures dynamic atomic interactions in promising sodium ion battery material
Tracing impact of toxic metals
Research captures dynamic interactions of atoms in promising sodium ion battery material
Safeguarding future of nuclear medicine production
Understanding corrosion in concrete sewer pipes
Investigating prospective light-weight fire retardant material with superior properties
ANSTO helping to ensure safety of astronauts in space
Seafood origin research gathers momentum with benefits for consumers, industry and government
Nuclear research techniques are an important tool for environmental scientists to understand past climates and anticipate future
First light achieved for new micro-computed tomography beamline under Project Bright
Understanding brain blood flow to reduce brain damage in babies