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AINSE Managing Director, Michelle Durant, who speaks Japanese, and ANSTO physicist Dr Dale Prokopovich conducted the tour.
Because of the success of the excursion, expressions of interest are now open for another AINSE tour to Japan in 2018.
For technical assistance and advice our thanks to JPL/NASA and Horizon Geosciences, the staff of AINSE, Concept Aviation, and the various agencies and departments of the University of Sydney, specifically the College of Science and Technology, and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Faculty of Arts and the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry.
The Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering (AINSE) provided partial funding to facilitate the research.
Funding for the AMS radiocarbon dating was provided by AINSE Grant 05/065 to RG.
1st Austral-Asian Conference on Radiation Chemistry and Nuclear Medicine, AINSE, Sydney, Australia (1993).
This research was supported by ARC Discovery-Project Grants DP0344070 and DP0877782, and radiocarbon grants from the Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Energy (AINSE).
He received a postgraduate research award from the Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering (AINSE) for the project.
This research was supported by ARC Discovery Grant DP0344070 and AINSE grants 04/112 and 05/119.
Prof HirohikoTsujii, former Medical Director, National Institute of Radiological Services (NIRS) in Japan, Dr Malte Ellerbrock, Deputy Director Medical Physics, Heidelberg Cancer Centre, Germany and Dr Michael Krmer, of GSI Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research, also in Germany, will speak in the AINSE Theatre on 1 February commencing at 1:00pm until approximately 2:30pm.
Funds for the PIXE-PIGME analyses were provided by grants from AINSE. We are also grateful to the following for their assistance during the fieldwork: Nick Thompson, Mike Hoare, NBPOL staff at Numundo Plantation and especially Bob Wilson.
OZE 542 was funded by AINSE grant 99/020 to Wallace Ambrose and Matthew Spriggs (ANU).