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High achievers join ANSTO Graduate Development Program in 2015

February 25, 2015 2:09 pm Published by

Fourteen new graduates, who have been singled out for their talent and potential, have just commenced a two year leadership program at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO). The program provides them with professional development and hands-on experience in the nuclear science and technology industry. The graduates spend the first two weeks learning… Read more

“NYSF is a four letter word!”

December 15, 2014 3:06 pm Published by

This January, Session C will hear from NYSF alumni and academic Dr Neeraj Sharma from the University of New South Wales during Partners’ Day.  Here’s a bit about Neeraj… “Summer of 2001 was when I discovered that scientists are very cool – they get to discover completely new things and play with complicated and funky… Read more

Governors’ receptions recognise NYSF students

October 28, 2014 3:28 pm Published by

NYSF is fortunate in the support it garners from the state governors across the country, who kindly host our students at receptions, where possible, as part of our Orientation activities. These receptions acknowledge the work the students have done to date and their achievement on being selected for the NYSF, reflecting the importance of science… Read more

Free lecture at ANSTO – Professor Fiona Wood – Tuesday 4 November

October 28, 2014 3:14 pm Published by

STANSW and ANSTO are delighted to host Professor Fiona Wood for a special guest lecture. Professor Wood is well-known for her patented invention of spray-on skin for burns victims, a treatment which is being continually developed and was used to treat 28 patients badly burned in the 2002 Bali bombings. Professor Wood will discuss the… Read more

The last Next Step was Sydney

August 14, 2014 11:19 am Published by

The 2014 Sydney Next Step program ran in early July this year and 74 students attended over the course of the three days of the program.  Visits were made to partner organisations Cochlear, Orica, ANSTO, the University of Western Sydney – Campbelltown and Richmond campuses, and the University of New South Wales. True to its… Read more

Be inspired, become inspiring

June 16, 2014 10:30 am Published by

As the home of nuclear science and technology in Australia, the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) offers a unique and exciting opportunity to work alongside and be inspired by some of Australia’s leading researchers. Thousands of Australians benefit from work undertaken at ANSTO every year. Our scientists use nuclear research techniques to answer… Read more

ANSTO Graduate Program seeks new intake of applicants

April 28, 2014 11:15 am Published by

Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation’s (ANSTO) Graduate Program is run every two years. The next intake of graduates will be in February 2015 (recruitment campaign began in March 2014). – See more at the ANSTO website.   Dr Helen Maynard-Casely attended the Session A Partners’ Day on behalf of ANSTO.  She is an Instrument… Read more

NYSF Partners’ Day 2014

February 28, 2014 11:38 am Published by

Three Partners’ Day mini-conferences were held during the January Sessions, offering a valuable opportunity for NYSF Partners and Supporters to present information to each of the Sessions’ students. These days have very full programs with speakers presenting about their careers, organisations and fields of enterprise.  Further opportunity was provided for students to talk with the… Read more

Picture hanging on wall saying: "ASK MORE QUESTIONS"

NYSF International Program helps direct career plans

September 3, 2013 2:52 pm Published by

Sydney NYSF student Jonathan Li attended the Research Science Institute (RSI) in Boston as part of the National Youth Science Forum’s International Program in July this year. Selected from 112 competitive applicants for the International Program drawn from NYSF’s January Sessions in 2013, Jonathan says, “I couldn’t believe my luck when I was offered the… Read more