Approximately 190 participants attended the first combined ANSTO User Meeting
The event brought representatives of research communities together who have accessed various ANSTO infrastructure platforms.
“It was an opportunity to look at the scientific challenges and questions that are being addressed and consider how multiple techniques and experimental methods can be applied to answering those questions,” said co-convenor Dr Miles Apperley, Head of Research Infrastructure, who spoke at the opening.
ANSTO has nine research infrastructure platforms in total, including the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering and the Australian Synchrotron that provide user-focused open-access support to researchers from Australia and across the globe.
Plenary speakers included leading Australian and International researchers.