🇦🇺 Let’s start today the season 2 of the “HLF World Tour”, a monthly walk around the globe to discover leading innovation ecosystems of the #HLFcommunity, with Sydney ecosystem, Australia, as first stop of 2022.
Australia’s Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, (ANSTO) is the home of #Australia’s most significant landmark and national infrastructure for research. Thousands of scientists from industry and academia benefit from gaining access to state-of-the-art instruments every year.
💡 The Vision: To be a global #nuclear#science, #research and #engineering partner with a reputation for tackling complex problems and delivering outcomes to create a more sustainable world.
ANSTO works across areas such as health, the environment and the nuclear fuel cycle to find solutions to some of the biggest questions in science for the benefit of all Australians.
To find these solutions ANSTO operates much of Australia’s landmark infrastructure including one of the world’s most modern nuclear research reactors, OPAL; a comprehensive suite of neutron beam instruments; the Australian Synchrotron; the National Research Cyclotron; and the Centre for Accelerator Science.
Welcome aboard for our second day in #Sydney of the “HLF World Tour”! Today we would like to share an article from our Australian ecosystem. It highlights a project on the use of advanced laser cleaning on the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge.
📑 Title: “Cleaning the Sydney Harbour Bridge”
Date of publication: 19th March 2019
🇦🇺 Last but not least: let’s leave for the third day of this “HLF World Tour” dedicated to a highlight from the innovation ecosystem of #Sydney, Australia, with a quote of Tim Boyle, Director Innovation and Commercialisation, ANSTO and a picture of #nandin Innovation Centre building opening (June 2021).
🌐 During his intervention at the 2021 HLF Summit, Tim Boyle described us the transformation has driven the ANSTO ecosystem since 2014: from an closed on itself environment, with a linear organisation between research, innovation, and execution zones, to an open and integrated #ecosystem, in which the research is not based on institute, but on #infrastructure, and where the purposes of the different actors are aligned on the UN Sustainable Development Goals, used as a common driver.