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1 Australian Synchrotron Science Education | Swinburne
2 Scientists identify COVID-19 protein using Australian Synchrotron
3 Peter Lay recognised by ANSTO for contributions to synchrotron research
4 Lifelong lessons from my unexpected encounter with a synchrotron
5 Funding boost for Australian Synchrotron
6 Australia enlists particle accelerator in coronavirus fight
7 An electron's near-light-speed tour of the Australian Synchrotron
8 Usually bolted shut, the Australian Synchrotron is now open to all
9 Joseph Bevitt – The Conversation
10 CSIRO, Swinburne plan hydrogen vehicle refueller
11 Art at the Australian Synchrotron | symmetry magazine
12 A personal tour of the Australian Synchrotron, and a few of its impacts on Australia
13 Alpacas help researchers in fight against COVID-19
14 Fossil sheds light on human origins
15 Melbourne scientists’ next step in cracking coronavirus
16 ANSTO scientist wins competition with idea to tackle mining waste
17 Victorian synchrotron funding veers off beam
18 First IAEA Webinar to Encourage Women for Careers in Accelerator Science and Technology | IAEA
19 A$220 million synchrotron rescued from closure
20 Hidden painting beneath Degas' 'Portrait of a Woman' revealed by Australian Synchrotron
21 What happens between the sheets?
22 Australian budget delivers for science facilities and medical research
23 ANSTO and WEHI researchers use Alpacas in the race to fight COVID-19
24 Search for COVID-19 drugs boosted by SARS discovery
25 Culture clash at Australian synchrotron
26 There's $20 million in the budget for the Australian Synchrotron
27 Tapping secrets of Aussie spider's unique silk
28 Ultra-fine X-rays tested on cancer cells
29 ANSTO steps up as southern Sydney technology hub
30 Synchrotron helps artist see the light › News in Science
31 Synchrotron plays key role in food sector research
32 Producing less costly, greener hydrogen peroxide
33 Ghost particle that crashed into Antarctica traced back to star shredded by black hole
34 New Course for Women to Teach and Communicate about Nuclear Science and Applications
35 Ultrathin nanosheets separate harmful ions from water
36 Home
37 Australia's best known carnivorous dinosaur is under the microscope at ANSTO
38 The rich history and invaluable contributions of Australia's nuclear reactor
39 Opal reactor on Australian research roadmap
40 Ultrathin water-stable metal-organic framework membranes for ion separation
41 Phase-contrast imaging could improve breast cancer diagnosis – Physics World
42 Sidney Nolan: Australian Synchrotron helps reveal the man behind the Ned Kelly mask
43 Malaria milkshakes, poop-to-energy and rust busting win science prizes
44 Secrets of the basket-web spider’s silk
45 Art imitates physics | symmetry magazine
46 World's physics instruments turn their focus to COVID-19
47 Platypus 'miracle milk' may offer 'superbug' treatment
48 Good news from the front: Australian COVID-19 innovations
49 Suppression of environment research is getting worse, say scientists
50 Neuropilin-1 is a host factor for SARS-CoV-2 infection
51 The value of cellular self-sacrifice
52 Exploring the strength of ants and silk
53 LAVA Therapeutics, Amsterdam UMC and Monash University Announce Publication of a Novel Cancer Immunotherapy Approach in Nature Cancer
54 Access our facilities: Sydney Analytical
55 The Monash Milk Team: Delving into digestion and drugs
56 Alpacas provide new hope for a COVID-19 cure
57 Strategic Elements' subsidiary wins government funding for Nanocube printable memory device project
58 New vision of $564m Victorian Heart Hospital
59 University expands strategic partnership with ANSTO
60 What Happens Between the Sheets? Extremely-Promising Superconductor Surprises Everyone
61 Cosmos Q&A: Cracking a Rembrandt mystery
62 NZ spends further $16m on synchrotron
63 Australian Synchrotron used to analyse pigments to restore Frederick McCubbin's The North Wind
64 This tiny amphibian that outlived the dinosaurs provides the earliest example of a rapid-fire tongue
65 Ancient and conserved functional interplay between Bcl-2 family proteins in the mitochondrial pathway of apoptosis
66 Magnetizing lead-free halide double perovskites
67 Peering into the secrets of phages to see how they kill bacterial superbugs
68 Chemistry research
69 Australian scientists help unlock potential of flexible and wearable solar
70 Reducing, reusing and recycling mining waste
71 Ultralight, Flexible and Wearable Solar Cells
72 A Hidden Portrait by Edgar Degas | Scientific Reports
73 Excellence in Research for Australia outcomes
74 Interview: Seeing the light in Hamburg
75 Daily briefing: Australian COVID vaccine trial abandoned after HIV 'false positives'
76 Cosmos Q&A: Threat to our soils
77 Accelerated carbonation of mining waste may be used to recover cobalt, nickel
78 Construction starts on 4th-gen synchrotron
79 World's X-ray facilities team up to battle COVID-19
80 Unusual Aussie spider builds one-of-a-kind nest with super strong silk
81 Hello World, Episode 6: Australia's Tech Underground Comes to Life
82 How long will it last? Signs that coronavirus is slowing down but lockdown to continue
83 Art demo of Synchrotron’s power
84 Sea snail venom holds clues for diabetes treatment
85 Study chemistry
86 Making alien worlds on Earth
87 A Teeny Tiny Amphibian Had The Earliest Known Example of a Rapid-Fire Tongue
88 Infographic: how much does Australia spend on science and research?
89 World's fastest internet speed from a single optical chip
90 Coronavirus: Virus mutates into eight strains around the world
91 New light shone on inflammatory cell death regulator
92 The state of Australia: science innovation and research
93 Nuclear Option for COVID-19: Medical Isotope Production
94 School of Chemistry
95 The hidden face in Degas's Portrait
96 Eureka! A new crop of science winners
97 School Programs | Swinburne
98 X-ray laser–induced electron dynamics observed by femtosecond diffraction from nanocrystals of Buckminsterfullerene
99 Swinburne's new space institute blasts off
100 Four important things that this picture tells us