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Partnership will see University’s breakthrough spatial audio research applied to Sony’s future products and services
ANU engineers have built an advanced microscope which can film blood cells and firing neurons within living animals in real-time.
ANU engineer, Dr Matt Doolan, recently provided training to assist the CSIRO and Energy Networks Australia develop an Electricity Network Transformation Roadmap.
$10 billion Canberra-based superannuation fund, MTAA Super, has joined the University’s entry in the World Solar Challenge as the naming sponsor.
"We’ve discussed the idea of using steam to kill cancerous tissue, and TechLauncher seemed like a great way to take the idea forward and see whether it could be viable."
Students project will look at the processing of video and camera imagery from Unmanned Aerial Systems in a maritime environment, to automatically find, classify and identify vessels.
The next generation of tech entrepreneurs presented their projects to potential investors and industry partners at the bi-annual TechLauncher Showcase.
Engineers at ANU have developed a tiny sensor device that enables people to detect disease by measuring markers in their breath.
A protective coating developed by ANU engineers could eventually be used to waterproof mobile phones, prevent ice from forming on aeroplanes or protect boat hulls from corroding.
Our approach to data analytics provides business and government with skilled employees, who are qualified to make informed decisions through data-driven approaches.
Working in partnership, engineers at ANU have found a new way to fabricate high efficiency semi-transparent perovskite solar cells.
Peter Marshall applied his research on garbage collection to a real-world problem in the code that drives Facebook.
Engineering alumnus Glenn Dickins has been providing support to students through the establishment of a student scholarship.
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