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15
Nov
2018

ANU and Northrop Grumman to address diversity in STEM

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.

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ANU Students at Hackathon 2018
30
Oct
2018

Hackathon unearths student innovation

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.

Student at ANU STEAM Day
25
Oct
2018

STEAM Day at ANU

High school students discover the interdisciplinary nature of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) at inaugural STEAM Day event.

InnovationACT Awards 2018
25
Oct
2018

ANU entrepreneurs recognised at InnovationACT awards

Three teams of student entrepreneurs from ANU were amongst five local start-ups who were recognised at the InnovationACT Awards Night.

ANU Engineering students Jordan Smith and Veekshith Kurapati
22
Oct
2018

Workforce-ready skills on display at engineering showcase

The engineering student showcase highlights the diversity of capstone and individual research projects undertaken at ANU.

ANU TechLauncher students and attendees
19
Oct
2018

ANU TechLauncher Showcase: Student projects with real impact

ANU TechLauncher students take their great, innovative ideas, and apply them to a real-world project.

Cell Research with pipette and vials
15
Oct
2018

Sugar, a “sweet” tool to understand brain injuries

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.

05
Oct
2018

ANU researchers make big strides in noise cancellation

ANU researchers have found a way to cancel out noise providing some much-needed relief to anyone working or living in a noisy environment.

Professor Steve Lee and PhD Student Ankur Sharma
05
Oct
2018

Part-organic invention can be used in bendable mobile phones

Engineers at ANU have invented a semiconductor with organic and inorganic materials that can convert electricity into light.

02
Oct
2018

Engineering a cocoa bean solution

When ANU student Thomas Larkin travels to New Britain, he discovers his research can make a real difference to the local economy.

Dr Lesley Seebeck
28
Sep
2018

Top honour for Cyber Institute CEO

Dr Lesley Seebeck, head of the new Cyber Institute at The Australian National University (ANU), has been honoured for her contribution to the Canberra IT and communications industry.

Dr Paul Burke, Professor Kylie Catchpole and Dr Emma Aisbett
24
Sep
2018

Delivering zero-carbon energy to Asia Pacific

The Australian National University's Grand Challenges program winners announced.

Dr Ben Swift, Academic and Coding DJ
21
Sep
2018

Coded music links tech and culture at ANU

Ever heard of a live-coding DJ? How about a computer programmer whose job it is to make music?

13
Sep
2018

ANU research decodes bot influence in the 2016 US Election

Twitter bots found to be two-and-a-half times more influential than ‘highly influential’ humans during the first US Presidential debate in 2016.

AMU3MT Winner Ankur Sharma
13
Sep
2018

PhD researcher reveals devices of the future at ANU3MT

ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science PhD student, Ankur Sharma, has won the 2018 ANU Three Minute Thesis competition

ANU students (L-R) Jessica Kennedy, Rita Tri, Ellen Lynch, Thomas Larkin, and Nathan Pereira at the Undergraduate Project Presentation Competition.
07
Sep
2018

ANU students shine at engineering undergraduate competition

ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science students, Thomas Larkin and Ellen Lynch, have taken out First Prize and the People’s Choice awards respectively at the Young Engineers Australia Undergraduate Project Presentation...

06
Sep
2018

ANU Receives $3.4 million towards Hydrogen Generation Research

The Australian National University (ANU) is amongst nine Australian universities and research organisations to receive funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) towards research in renewable hydrogen. ARENA, on...

04
Sep
2018

Students experience ANU through CECS Winter Study Tour

For 10 days during August 2018, the Australian National University (ANU) College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) played host to 19 international undergraduate students from five different universities in China, as a part of...

Professor Andrew Blakers, Dr Matthew Stocks and Bin Lu
30
Aug
2018

ANU researchers awarded top science prize

Researchers from The Australian National University are among this year's winners of Australia's leading science awards, the Eureka Prizes.

PhD scholar Sherry He and Dr Samantha Montague, from the Australian National University, work with their diagnostic device that reveals the formation of blood clots in patients.
29
Aug
2018

Diagnostic device can help prevent strokes and heart attacks

Researchers at ANU develop diagnostic device that can identify patients at risk of a heart attack or stroke.

ANU PhD Student Siqi Wu
16
Aug
2018

ANU student awarded Google PhD Fellowship

PhD student Siqi Wu is one of four students in Australia to be selected for the 2018 Google PhD Fellowship program.

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