HIA accelerators are used for a wide variety of research and applications.
It turns out atomic nuclei sometimes turn into footballs
A thin layer of plutonium that encircled the globe during the first nuclear weapons tests in the fifties could mark the dawning of a new geological age.
Researchers discuss landmark measurement
Wafers implanted at ECMP underpin low-error experiments
Zeptosecond resolution results from the HIA node at ANU
Professor Mahananda Dasgupta's recent colloquium is an excellent introduction to HIAF's research
A new facility at HIAF enabling testing of space technology is crucial for the Australian Space Industry
Public Service announces scholarships to ANU to build sovereign nuclear capacity
Success for HIA Partner Quantum Brilliance, a user of our precision implantation facility
New theoretical analysis shows data previously considered rubbish could help us create new elements
The sensitivity of HIAF enables traces of supernovae to be found in the ocean floor
The nation's foremost training facility ready to support development of new nuclear-powered submarines
Scientists find plutonium-244 on Earth, created in nearby cosmic explosions. But how did it get here?
Major grant for new beamline to enable technology testing for space.
New research sheds light on the origins of the building blocks of life in the universe.
A mystery surrounding the space around our solar system is unfolding thanks to evidence of supernovae found in deep-sea sediments.
Explore Australia's largest ion accelerator.