School of Computing PhD student Mahsuum Daiiani is seeking your help to understand how video games can engage people around climate change and environmental issues.
Susruth Nadimpalli (left) and Jaskaran Gulati made the 2022 Forbes 30 under 30 list based on a tech start-up they launched while students at ANU.
Susruth Nadimpalli and Jaskaran Gulati, cryptocurrency pioneers who met while students at ANU, have been listed on the
ANU and Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) executives celebrate the new honours cohort with the Co-Lab managment team.
One of the keystone partnerships at ANU, the Co-Lab, has welcomed and celebrated its inaugural cohort of 2022 Co-Lab Honours Grant recipients.
Four student teams presented in person and one presented virtually at TechLauncher's hybrid ANU Technology Showcase on 24 May.
The School of Computing at ANU is set to reduce its energy costs by up to 51 per cent following an agreement with software firm Dug McCloud.
For some of us, rolling up to a polling booth to publicly exercise our democratic rights on election day is part of the joy of voting.
The Joint Jubilee Fellows with ANU Vice-Chancellor Brian Schmidt AC FAA FRS.
Foreground, nominee Lavinia Kanagandran, and her family in 2016. Background: nominees Geoff Huston AM and Peter Elford in 1990.
Tonight the School of Computing will host esteemed members of Australia’s tech community to celebrate 50 years of teaching computer science at ANU.
Badri Younes, a NASA engineer serving as Deputy Associate Administrator for Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) and SCaN Program Manager, spoke at the Birch Innovation Space about his job building next generation technologies to s