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.
Dr AnYao Liu
Dr AnYao Liu from the School of Engineering was recently awarded the Ulrich Gösele Young Scientist Award for her pioneering work on removing metallic impurities from silicon solar cells using deposited thin films.
A snorkeler and scuba diver from the age of 5, Dr Juan Felipe Torres traces his love of nature to marine adventures with his parents and brothers off the coast of Colombia i
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.
Even as power grids and passenger vehicles transition to renewable energy, the fact remains that one third the world’s CO2 emission comes from more energy-intensive industries
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
Imagine if your smart watch could monitor chronic health conditions such as heart disease and relay that information securely to your doctor? The idea that data captured by genomics, sensors, and wearable technologies could one day lead to affordable, patient-friendly disease monitoring and management systems is part of the grand challenge facing Dr Elena Daskalaki and other computer scientists at ANU.
Australia could drastically lower carbon emissions in the Asia-Pacific region by exporting zero-carbon commodities such as electricity, green hydrogen and green metals, according to new research by experts at The Australian National Univ