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$12.5 million commitment for new nuclear medicine and technology precinct at ANSTO

$12.5 million commitment for new nuclear medicine and technology precinct at ANSTO
26 February 2019

An estimated 5000 extra jobs are forecast to be created in a new world-class precinct for business, scientists and start-ups at the ANSTO facility at Lucas Heights.

The state government announced on Tuesday, if re-elected, it would invest $12.5 million over four years in the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) project.

Minister for Innovation Matt Kean said "a new Nuclear Medicine and Technology Hub "will help develop cutting edge nuclear medical and technological advances that will make a real difference to people’s lives".

To read the full article by Murray Trembath go to The Leader online