Nuclear technology underpinning the space race

December 07, 2021

Register for the next ANSTO x Science Meets Business Innovation Series webinar exploring how nuclear technology can benefit the space and aerospace industries.

The space industry is booming, and ANSTO’s cutting-edge nuclear technology used for materials in extreme environments, radiation detection, and advance manufacturing supports space and aerospace research. Find out about ANSTO’s moonshot deep tech initiatives and how ANSTO is working with industry to reach, explore and gain knowledge in space.

Register for the next ANSTO x Science Meets Business Innovation Series to hear how nuclear technology is helping space and aerospace organisations gain a competitive advantage and delivery benefits for all Australians. Wednesday 3 March 2022 at 12noon (AEDT).

This webinar is FREE to attend and registration is essential. Secure your spot by clicking the button above.

The ANSTO Innovation Series

The ANSTO Innovation Series is a new virtual meet-up that focuses on the key capacities of ANSTO’s people, partners and facilities and how they are meeting global challenges in sustainable industries, medicine, advanced manufacturing and in accelerating small business.

Delivered as a quarterly webinar, the ANSTO Innovation Series features an expert panel exploring the latest science, industry and start-up opportunities, including innovations in energy storage, nuclear medicine and health, engineering new materials and accelerating deep tech business.

The ANSTO Innovation Series is produced in partnership with STEM-specialist publishers, Refraction Media, publishers of Science Meets Business, and hosted by leading science journalist, Lee Constable.

About ANSTO

The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) is the home of Australia’s most significant national infrastructure for research. Thousands of scientists from industry and academia benefit from gaining access to state-of-the-art instruments every year.

ANSTO researchers work on global science and technology challenges, and operate landmark research infrastructure including one of the world’s most modern nuclear research reactors, OPAL; as well as a comprehensive suite of neutron beam instruments at the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering; the Australian Synchrotron; the National Imaging Facility Research Cyclotron; and the Centre for Accelerator Science. ANSTO also hosts the nandin innovation centre, one of Australia’s few deep technology hubs facilitating industry engagement and research translation.

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