Ion Irradiation to Form Amorphous Mono-Elemental Metals

This technology could soon find applications throughout the electronic, photonic and metallurgical industries

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Ion Irradiation to Form Amorphous Mono-Elemental Metals

Lighting the fire

How mathematical modelling may be the key to successful fusion power

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Lighting the fire

Playing Time Backwards

The Rubidium Quantum Sequencer

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Playing Time Backwards

Pinching the plasma

Developing advanced materials to solve the energy crisis

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Pinching the plasma

Antimatter Matters

Exploring the Potential of the Australian Positron Beam Line Facility

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Antimatter Matters

A positron approach

Antimatter in medicine

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A positron approach

Connecting the dots

How nanotechnology could revolutionise solar power

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Connecting the dots

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