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Aus. Synchrotron 7h
A big welcome from to the accelerator community to . This week you’ll hear about advanced research & insights into accelerator science across the globe.
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Adi Paterson 5h
Great talk, emphasising collaboration, communication and innovation for next generation accelerator teams
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ANSTO 5h
Celebrating and how the International System of Units is fundamentally better based on the laws of .
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Spark Festival 6h
Funding, marketing and focus; the top 3 priorities for any innovator. Join tomorrow for tips and tricks to make sure you're always on the right track.
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ANSTO May 16
Join us for the first ShireStart gathering of 2019 on June 19th, featuring speakers from and ANSTO nandin member . These events are ideal for startups, entrepreneurs & established business owners in the local area.
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ANSTO May 16
Human rights are for everyone
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Bedrock Health May 15
Do we need to re-examine food ? Collab between , , , & finds that common additive E171 (titanium dioxide) changes behaviour of gut bacteria. Publ in
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ANSTO May 15
Prof Dimitry Sediako and PhD student Josh Stroh from , Canada in collaboration with are working with industry partner to use neutrons to non-destructively characterise residual stresses in aluminium alloys used in cast car engines.
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ANSTO May 15
Appreciating and the crucial role it plays in accelerator science to benefit the world at our
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NASA May 14
We are going to the Moon — to stay. We will build sustainable infrastructure to support missions to Mars and beyond. This is what we’re building. This is what we’re training for. We are going.
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Dr Helen Maynard-Casely May 13
Science teachers in Australia 👋 I"m preparing a talk for schools on neutron scattering, and I'd love to know how/if neutrons are talked about in the curriculum 👩‍🔬🥼🧪
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Robert George Acres May 14
Come and see me talking about how can help industry at Natrional Manufacturing Week Melbourne at 3:30pm Wednesday 15th May for the Advanced Manufacturing panel discussion!
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Peter Neff May 14
The samples are destined for first, to be analyzed for a full suite of trace gases. Then they will go on to where we'll isolate ¹⁴CO & ¹⁴CH₄ for radiocarbon analysis--sending them back to Australia .
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Martin Polkinghorne May 14
New perspectives on regional and global trade in mainland Southeast Asia from - the Early modern capital of in our latest paper
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Andy Baker May 14
Congratulations to Dr. Carol Tadros, celebrating her PhD graduation at sunset yesterday with her family. Carol has advanced our understanding of cave drip water trace element geochemistry
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ANSTO May 13
We don't always use honorifics on social
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ANSTO May 13
Our scientist and industry liaison mgr is on the program today as part of in Melbourne will discuss building bridges between industry and academia
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ANSTO May 13
Isotope research helping industry and the environment
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ANSTO May 13
Great collaboration with , IHMRI & Japanese Nat Institute Radiological Sciences on Monte Carlo investigation of the characteristics of radioactive beams for heavy ion therapy
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ANSTO May 12
NST 4 Health event: From to - for better health: New radiation protocols for the fastest recovery 25 May
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