New User Symposium 2016
The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO), the Australian Synchrotron and the Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering (AINSE) welcome you to the 2016 New User Symposium.
The New User Symposium will introduce researchers to a wide range of synthesis and characterisation techniques at the Lucas Heights (Sydney) and Clayton (Melbourne) campuses of ANSTO. Techniques covered include: biological and chemical deuteration; powder diffraction and small angle scattering using synchrotron X-rays; X-ray fluorescence microscopy; inelastic neutron scattering; small angle neutron scattering; neutron radiography; accelerator mass spectrometry; and heavy ion microprobe methods.
These methods encompass a huge range of research areas: Biosciences and Health; Earth and Environmental Science, Advanced Materials; Engineering and Manufacturing; Energy and Sustainability Science; Chemistry; Physics; Agriculture and Food processing; Cultural Heritage and Archaeology.