TECHNOLOGY

'Dingo' gives full 3D reading of core samples

SCIENTISTS at nuclear research facility ANSTO have developed technology it claims can greatly reduce the time needed to measure the exact mineral content of core samples.

 Drillcore rig set up on "Dingo".

Drillcore rig set up on "Dingo".

ANSTO senior instrument scientist at the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering Dr Joseph Bevitt developed "Dingo", one of the highest intensity neutron imaging machines in the world, which has the potential...

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