The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) celebrated their December 2018 graduates at an after-ceremony gathering.
Canberra-local Stephanie Kochinos will hit the ground running when she graduates with a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) this week.
Researchers are closer to creating an optical quantum computer, which has the potential to engineer new drugs and optimise energy-saving methods.
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ANU researchers have received nearly $40 million in funding from the Australian Research Council.
From ANU to Google; Dmitry Brizhinev is aiming to influence AI technologies of the future.
Cubs and Scouts participate in a day of creative workshops jointly organised by Engineers Without Borders (EWB) ACT and the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science.
Associate Professor Yuerui Lu has been named as one of the recipients of the Heart Foundation's Future Leader Fellowships.
Energy Networks Australia has announced TasNetworks CONSORT Bruny Island battery trial as the winner of the 2018 Energy Networks Industry Innovation Award.
ANU student supports tech firm to develop additional capabilities for legal software through the computer science internship program.
Anthropological study aims to understand how young women interact and learn within STEM subjects in order to improve the retention of women in STEM tertiary education.
Twenty-four students from the Australian National University took part in the Unearthed Hackathon, an annual event which focuses on developing prototype solutions for the energy and resources industry.
High school students discover the interdisciplinary nature of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) at inaugural STEAM Day event.
Three teams of student entrepreneurs from ANU were amongst five local start-ups who were recognised at the InnovationACT Awards Night.
The engineering student showcase highlights the diversity of capstone and individual research projects undertaken at ANU.
ANU TechLauncher students take their great, innovative ideas, and apply them to a real-world project.
Australian researchers develop new technology which could prove crucial in treating brain injuries and have multiple other applications, including testing the success of cancer therapies.
ANU researchers have found a way to cancel out noise providing some much-needed relief to anyone working or living in a noisy environment.
Engineers at ANU have invented a semiconductor with organic and inorganic materials that can convert electricity into light.
When ANU student Thomas Larkin travels to New Britain, he discovers his research can make a real difference to the local economy.