Researcher scoops highest award at ANSTO

Great minds: 2017 Sustained Contribution to ANSTO Award winner Michael Druce (centre) with former winners of the prestigious award David Cohen (left) and Richard Garrett. Picture: Supplied

Great minds: 2017 Sustained Contribution to ANSTO Award winner Michael Druce (centre) with former winners of the prestigious award David Cohen (left) and Richard Garrett. Picture: Supplied

Researcher Michael Druce, who led the development of a nuclear medicine called Mo-99, has received the highest honour at ANSTO’s annual awards dinner.

The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) conducts research into nuclear science and technology and is based at Lucas Heights.