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May
2017
Trevor Murray, ANU Research School of Biology Panoramic views of natural environments provide visually navigating animals with two kinds of information: they define locations because image differences increase smoothly with distance from a...
24
May
2017
Jochen Zeil, ANU Research School of Biology Many insects, in particular ants, bees and wasps, are competent navigators and are known to rely heavily on vision to memorize places and routes. The landmark panorama, the sun, the pattern of...
24
May
2017
Fostering partnerships with industry workshop Collaborations between people working in academia and those working in industry have become highly valued. So how do you find an industry partner? And once you have one, how will it change the...
22
May
2017
Be recognised with a postgraduate qualification from ANU. Join our online postgraduate information session on Facebook to enquire about all our postgraduate study options. Talk with staff from any of our...
17
May
2017
Techniques for linking and integrating data from different sources are becoming increasingly important in many application areas, including health, census, taxation, immigration, social welfare, in crime and fraud detection, in the...
15
May
2017
Whether you are an experienced professional looking for a career change, or just finished your degree and thinking about further study, attend our Postgraduate Information Evening to explore your postgraduate study options. One-on-one...
11
May
2017
Join us to find out more about our unique postgraduate degrees and majors in Engineering and Computer Science. Our staff will go through updates and key information about our degrees and be available for questions. Date: Thursday, 11...
10
May
2017
Dr Julie Banfield ANU Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics ANU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Abstract:  Super-massive black holes are a fundamental building block of galaxies like our own Milky Way. However,...
10
May
2017
Dr Anais Möller  CAASTRO Postdoctoral Fellow in Dark Energy ANU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Astronomical transients are phenomena that can last from seconds to months. Due to their time-dependent nature, dedicated surveys...
09
May
2017
TechLauncher is an ANU initiative which enables students from any discipline to develop the research and professional skills required to use technology to bring great ideas to life and have a positive impact on our society. This year 43...

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