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03
Dec
2020

Dr Kiara Bruggeman named a Superstar of STEM

A biomedical engineer working on how to heal damaged brain tissue from The Australian National University (ANU) has been named one of Australia's official Superstars of STEM. The ANU College of Engineering...

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Elanor Huntington
27
Nov
2020

Quantum computing champion honoured with major fellowship

An Australian National University (ANU) quantum physicist and cybernetics expert who is changing the way we think about engineering has been recognised as one of 25 Australian trailblazers in the field.  Dean of the ANU College...

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26
Nov
2020

Scaling a global conference in a pandemic

570 participants, 37 countries, six continents, one global conference.  When COVID...

Distinguished Professor Genevieve Bell
26
Nov
2020

Rare honour for futurist giving tech a human touch

Can you make engineers poets and poets engineers? And if you can, how vital is this? These are some of the key questions being tackled by ANU Distinguished Professor Genevieve Bell and her colleagues at ...

Dr Giuseppe Barca
17
Nov
2020

Researcher sets record for quantum chemistry calculation

A researcher from The Australian National University (ANU) College of Engineering and Computer Science has used one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world to predict the quantum mechanical properties of large molecular systems...

16
Nov
2020

To Pwn, or Be Pwned, that is the question

To pwn, or be pwned, that is the question. Or in this case, the name of the winning team of this year’s Capture the Flag event, held virtually by the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) on Wednesday 9 September 2020 at The Australian...

Satellite Selfie
13
Nov
2020

Historic ‘Satellite Selfie’ captures distinct moment in time

Images from Australia’s first selfie from space now available online

Henry the emu. Image credit: Niraj Lal and Adam Curruthers
13
Nov
2020

ANU scientist launches children’s book about gravity

A children's story by ANU scientist Dr Niraj Lal about an emu - a flightless bird - running fast enough to 'fly' into Earth's orbit has made it into print and will be launched by veteran science journalist Robyn Williams AO in Melbourne...

Prachi Arya, Bernice Choi, and Michelle Lee from Pet Pawfect

Prachi Arya, Bernice Choi, and Michelle Lee from Pet Pawfect

29
Oct
2020

ANU student ventures awarded $50,000 in startup grants

Five ANU student startup teams were awarded a total $50,000 worth of grants, and other startup support prizes, at the recent awards ceremony of the InnovationACT entrepreneurship program. The grants were the culmination of the...

29
Oct
2020

ANU are sponsoring the World of Drones and Robotics Congress 2020

The Australian National University (ANU) College of Engineering and Computer Science is excited to announce we are official sponsors of the World of Drones and Robotics...

23
Oct
2020

Pump down the volume: study finds noise-cancelling formula

Noisy open plan offices full of workers hunched over desks while wearing noise cancelling headphones could soon be a thing of the past, thanks to new research from The Australian National University (ANU).  The ANU researchers ...

02
Oct
2020

Australian Government to invest $3 million into ANU solar research

The Australian Government has confirmed it will invest over $3 million in solar technology research at The Australian National University (ANU). The funding announcement was made by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA...

29
Sep
2020

A sweet solution for looking at platelets

Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) have found a way to look through the walls of microchambers that are used to study thrombus (blood clot) formation using light sheet microscopy. Platelets are the tiny cells...

Dr Steve Lee
16
Sep
2020

How to train a machine to see 3D in the dark

Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) have developed a new way to create an almost perfect hologram in near darkness. Optical holograms are a clever way of producing a 3D image of an object. They have a number...

The 150 MW Hornsdale Power Reserve. Photo credit: Neoen
16
Sep
2020

The power of battery storage recharged with cash splash

Research to better unlock the potential of battery technologies has been given a vital funding boost as part of the latest round of the Australian Capital Territory's renewable energy reverse auction. The work, led by the ANU...

3A Institute learning
11
Sep
2020

3Ai shortlisted in the AFR Higher Education Awards

The 3A Institute’s shortlisting in the AFR Higher Education Awards reinforces its commitment to creating research-led learning experiences

Engineering at ANU
04
Sep
2020

Proposed changes to engineering programs from 2021

The Research School of Electrical, Energy, and Materials Engineering (RSEEME) at The Australian National University (ANU), are proposing some changes to our education offerings.

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03
Sep
2020

New weather code with a sunny forecast

It’s National Science Week. This year’s theme is Deep Blue: innovations for the future of our oceans, and we are showcasing some of the exciting research happening at the College in this field.  ...

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21
Aug
2020

New water monitoring device is making waves

It’s National Science Week. This year’s theme is Deep Blue: innovations for the future of our oceans, and we are showcasing some of the exciting research happening at the College in this field.   ...

13
Aug
2020

How we're celebrating National Science Week 2020

It's National Science Week from 15-23 August 2020 The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science is proud to celebrate National Science Week. National...

10
Aug
2020

Radical, responsive, inclusive: experiments in education at 3Ai and around the world

Ellen Broad is a Senior Fellow at the Autonomy, Agency and Assurance Institute (3Ai). She joined 3Ai in mid-October 2019, and watched the Master students demonstrate...

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