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19
Sep
2017

ANU unveils its first solar car to compete in World Solar Challenge

Students from The Australian National University (ANU) have launched their first high-technology solar car to compete in the World Solar Challenge from Darwin to Adelaide. The MTAA Super Charge, named for its...

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01
Sep
2016

ANU leads in education, research and public policy

The Australian National University (ANU) strengthened its role as a national leader in research, education and public policy excellence in 2015 while building its reputation as one of the world's finest universities. The ANU...

23
Aug
2016

Why Not Both? How Double Degrees Can Improve Employability

“I always envied those people who had one thing they were interested in or one thing they were good at, because the path was very clear for them.” The envy of Emily Campbell, 22, is an envy shared by many, particularly students...

22
Aug
2016

ANU Engineers Set Solar Thermal World Record

Engineers at The Australian National University (ANU) have set a world record for efficiency for a...

16
Aug
2016

ANU Scientist Named ACT Young Tall Poppy for 2016

Dr Yuerui (Larry) Lu from The Australian National University (ANU) has been named the ACT Young Tall Poppy of the Year for his research achievements in nanoscale science and his passion for science communication. Dr Lu said he...

12
Aug
2016

Computing PhD Student Wins Kurzweil Prize for Artificial Intelligence

Researchers from the Australian National University have been recognised for their research in Artificial Intelligence. Computing PhD candidate Tom Everitt has been awarded the Kurzweil Prize for best AGI Paper at the ...

Dean, Professor Elanor Huntington and some of the prize winners.
11
Aug
2016

Outstanding Achievements of Engineering & Computing Students Recognised

Eight students from the College were recognised on Tuesday 9 August for their outstanding achievements in the 2015 academic year.   The prizes recognised the most outstanding of a very talented cohort of engineering and computer...

Professor Elanor Huntington, Dean, ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science, and Daniel Marshall.
03
Aug
2016

Alumni recognised for high-quality research

College alumnus and 2015 University Medallist Daniel Marshall has been awarded runner-up in the IEEE Australia Council 2015 Student Paper Contest.  The research for Daniel’s paper titled...

Welcome to engineering students
02
Aug
2016

Welcome to our new engineering students from partner universities

The Research School of Engineering (RSE) hosted an informal lunch for new undergraduate students from our partner universities on Thursday 28 July in the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) Design Studio. ...

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01
Aug
2016

Happy 70th birthday ANU

As Vice-Chancellor, I'm proud to lead the ANU community to celebrate the 70...

admissions
01
Aug
2016

ANU to Revamp Admissions as VC Outlines New Vision

ANU will revamp the way it deals with student admissions and move away from judging students only on their year 12 ATAR results under changes announced by Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt AC....

Students from partner universities
27
Jul
2016

Welcome to our new computer science students from partner universities

As part of the new semester, the Research School of Computer Science (RSCS) welcomed undergraduate computer science students who have joined the ANU through our partner universities, at an informal lunch on Monday 25 July. ...

Andy Bull
25
Jul
2016

College alumni added to innovative engineers list

College alumni Andy Bull and Michael Roberts have been recognised as two of the most innovative engineers in Australia. Michael Roberts, a colleague of Mr Bull at Nova Systems, has pioneered the development of an off­-road...

Brian Anderson and Elanor Huntington
22
Jul
2016

Building named to honour Brian Anderson

ANU has recognised the career of Distinguished Engineering Professor Brian Anderson’s by naming a building in his honour. Professor Anderson joined ANU in 1981. In July this year he retired and joined the Emeritus faculty....

A group of five engineering students
15
Jul
2016

Enabled Futures

Singapore. A vibrant and culturally diverse country that we were fortunate enough to experience as part of an ANU study tour.  The tour, an initiative of the Australian Government’s...

Peter Marshall
15
Jul
2016

ANU graduate’s job search leads to Google

Peter Marshall, who graduated from a Bachelor of Software Engineering at ANU, is heading to live and work in Munich after his job search led him to Google. Peter's industry experience while he was an undergraduate helped him land...

Salman Durrani
13
Jul
2016

Breakthrough in powering wireless sensors

Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) are a step closer to harvesting renewable or ambient energy from mobile phone base stations to power battery-operated wireless sensors used in industries including health and...

Graeme and Louise Tuckwell
12
Jul
2016

Philanthropy record for ANU scholarship program

Philanthropists Graham and Louise Tuckwell have announced Australia's largest personal philanthropic contribution to a university, worth about $200 million over 30 years, to fund a major expansion of the prized Tuckwell Scholarship...

06
Jul
2016

Celebrating NAIDOC Week at ANU

The ANU community will celebrate NAIDOC Week when students return to campus with a range of activities for everyone. NAIDOC Week is not only for Indigenous communities, but welcomes everyone to come together to help celebrate the...

Steve Blackburn and Xi Yang
05
Jul
2016

Major energy savings when computers learn to share

Computer scientists have developed a tweak for computer operating systems that could make large data centres 25 per cent more efficient by sharing their processing power. Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU)...

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24
Jun
2016

Engineers make a self-folding straw

Engineers at The Australian National University (ANU) have made a new material which folds itself into a straw-like tube when it comes into contact with water, and then propels the liquid through the tube. The new material can be...

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