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See details of previously published customer updates from our Health products team. 

Safeguarding the future of nuclear medicine production

Safeguarding the future of Australia's nuclear medicine

The new facility will be built around a product line of ANSTO’s design – a new Technetium-99m generator – that will enable greater process automation than is possible with existing technology, leading to improvements in efficiency, quality and importantly the highest levels of production safety.

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Nuclear Medicine

ANSTO manufacture and supply a range of radiopharmaceuticals, radiochemicals, kits and accessories for use in research, industry and the health sector.

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Nuclear stewardship

ANSTO is Australia’s nuclear centre of excellence. It has a mandated role to advise the Australian Government on all nuclear and science technology matters.

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Statement of Intent

In May 2023, The Honourable Dr Annabelle Bennett, ANSTO Board Chair, shared ANSTO's Statement of Intent with the Minister for Industry, Science and Technology.

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Be the first to find out the latest news regarding nuclear science and technology products, services, and innovation.

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Community FAQs

Frequently asked questions about ANSTO for the community.

Showcasing ANSTO's Innovative Technologies at Phoenix's Waste Management Symposia

ANSTO is taking its innovative ANSTO Synroc® and CORIS360® technologies to the world stage at the Waste Management Symposia 2024 in Phoenix, Arizona USA this week (10 – 14 March 2024). Joining over 45 other countries and around 3,000 attendees, an Australian Government contingent comprising of ANSTO and the Australian Radioactive Waste Agency is in attendance to showcase Australia’s extensive radioactive waste management capabilities.

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What are radioisotopes?

Radioisotopes are widely used in medicine, industry, and scientific research. New applications for radioisotopes are constantly being developed.

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