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Lithium Australia wins Federal grant to commercialise revolutionary lithium recovery process

Lithium Australia has been awarded a grant by the Federal government’s Co-operative Research Centre Projects (CRC-P) initiative, to support the next stage of its...

Lithium Australia successfully recycled lithium from spent li-ion batteries

Lithium Australia has successfully produced refined lithium phosphate using spent lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) as a feed material. The company, which also extracted other battery metals...

NSW Government to invest $12.5m in ANSTO’s Innovation Precinct

The NSW Government has announced $12.5 million in funding to support the expansion of the Innovation Precinct at the Lucas Heights campus of the Australian Nuclear...

Lithium Australia, ANSTO develop game-changing lithium phosphate refining process

Lithium Australia (LIT) has announced that it has successfully generated lithium phosphate from waste materials using its 100% owned SiLeach process. The company, which previously...

Australia to prevent global nuclear medicine shortage thanks to ANSTO

Australia will ramp up the production of nuclear medicine to make up for the anticipated shortage of nuclear medicine supplies following the closure of...

ANSTO takes ownership of Australia’s brightest research asset

The Australian and Victorian governments announced that ownership of the Australian Synchrotron has been officially transferred to the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation...

Australian Synchrotron secures $520m funding boost to stabilise long-term future

The Australian Synchrotron has secured funding to continue its diverse research practices in the foreseeable future with the Federal Government’s commitment to provide the...

Australia’s new nuclear medicine manufacturing plant reaches significant milestone

The new $168 million ANSTO Nuclear Medicine (ANM) facility at the Lucas Heights campus of Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) is well...

Sutherland beaches and waterways purged of huge amount of plastics

ANSTO citizen scientists have collected 20,000 plastic particles from Sutherland Shire beaches and waterways as part of the organisation’s Plastics Project that studies the...

New graduate program to revive interest in science  

14 promising young students have signed up for a two year graduate program at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO), where they...
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