The ACT Government's new $10.8 million funding for a Renewable Energy Innovation Fund will provide great opportunities for ANU to further partner with industry to develop clean energy storage and distribution systems.
By ANDREW THOMSON
When we are not driving, cycling, or walking on it, a road is just a waste of space, right? Not if it is a solar road!
The price of Photovoltaics modules has drastically decreased during the last decade, however further cost reductions are now increasingly hard.
Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) are looking for volunteers across the ACT who have solar panels on their roof to take part in a new study.
Imagine the possibility of testing for a disease using just a single puff of breath… sounds almost like science fiction, but this is the subject of PhD student Noushin Nasiri’s research that she will be presenting at the
Kiara Bruggeman, Engineering PhD student has again taken out first place, in the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science 2015 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.
ANU Engineering student Kiara Bruggeman has won the people's choice prize at the Famelab Australia science communications awards by presenting her research in rhyme.
ANU alumnus Dr Lachlan Blackhall, co-founder of Canberra start-up Reposit Power, says it was a shock to lock in a deal with car maker Tesla to supply software to the company's home battery business.