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New nuclear medicine manufacturing facility to support 1000 highly-skilled jobs across Australia

The Federal Government has announced a $30 million project to design a new world-leading manufacturing facility that will produce vital nuclear medicines. The new facility...

UOW to play key role in space testing network

Media Release The University of Wollongong (UOW) will contribute to a national network of facilities to test technology for use in space. Space exploration missions, satellites...

Government announces new agency to safely manage radioactive waste

The Australian Government has announced the new Australian Radioactive Waste Agency (ARWA) which will lead the process to manage the country's radioactive waste in...

New CSIRO report confirms CSG fracking is a safe practice

A new CSIRO report into the impact on the environment from fracking has found little to no impacts on air quality, soils, groundwater and waterways. The...

Additional $5m in funding for the Stawell Underground Physics Laboratory (SUPL)

The Victorian Government has announced that it will provide additional $5 million in funding for the continuation of the Stawell Underground Physics Laboratory (SUPL)...

LIT’s Sileach halogen process produces battery grade lithium carbonate

Lithium Australia (LIT) announced that it has topped the quality expectations for the production of lithium carbonate from material processing using its wholly owned...

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...

Lithium Australia begins pilot testing for continuous production of lithium carbonate

Lithium Australia NL (LIT) has commenced piloting for continuous production of lithium carbonate under the second stage of its new test program at the...

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...
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