The 11th and 12th of June 2019, the yearly Advanced XRF Training for Itrax Users takes place at Stockholm university
A group of Swedish researchers have presented an article in Nature, where they map the accumulation of inorganic elements in archaeological wood from the Swedish warship Vasa and from the English Mary Rose.
The number of articles that contain Itrax data has now passed the 100 level with an impressive 128 refereed articles published during 2015, and over 500 articles since the start in 2005.
The Australian Academy of Science announced today that ITRAX Facility Officer Patricia Gadd is the national winner of the ‘On the Job’ competition. Patricia was one of seven finalists chosen from across Australia, who keep Australian science moving.Click this link to see Patricia’s videoMatt Bell from the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering was also a […]
This meeting is held in Taipei in 20th – 22nd of March 2017.If you are interested in XRF core scanning, please feel very welcome to sign up for this gathering!An excerpt from the meeting homepage: “XRF scanners have made an important contribution to the non-destructive and high resolution investigation of sediment cores from lakes and […]
The Itrax Corescanner at ANSTO (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation) was installed in 2012 and has now passed a total of one kilometre of scanned sediment cores. The milestone is a reflection of the instrument’s unique capability to reconstruct past climate and environments. The information obtained from the core scanner in combination with other […]
The total number of articles that contain Itrax data has now passed the 600 level with an impressive 139 refereed articles published during 2016, and the number is increasing each year, as you can see from the diagram below. The growth is a strong proof of Itrax importance in sediment related research, and Itrax Corescanner […]