Scientists have for the first time captured live images of the process of taste sensation on the tongue.
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Robots, driver simulation and creating music with code were just a few things on offer to showcase computing careers to young women interested in careers in computing.
Explore in-depth the full range of postgraduate programs we offer. Speak one-on-one with our staff to determine which program will best suit your needs and which study modes fit your work and lifestyle.
Girls in years 11 and 12 - You are invited to join us on 15th of May for The Girls in Engineering and Technology program.
ANU has secured its position as Australia's top university in the latest QS global subject rankings.
Dr Kylie Cathpole
Kylie Catchpole is Research Fellow at the ANU Research School of Engineering. She describes the aim of her research very simply, as "better, cheaper solar power".
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ANU leads Australia in global subject rankings
Women encouraged to explore computing
Scientists watch living taste cells in action
ANU student ideas to come to life with TechLauncher
Engineering students helping those in need
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Rehearsal for R&D project presentation: R&D students
2D Materials for Nano-photonic Devices: Dr. Yuerui (Larry) Lu
Unsupervised blocking key selection for real-time entity resolution: Banda Ramadan
Postgraduate information evening
GET Set - Girls in Engineering & Technology
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