The first few months of 2020 have been unsettling. New uncertainties seem to arrive on a daily basis. Smoke from nearby bushfires, a freak hailstorm, and increased fire danger made life in Canberra unusual and dangerous.
More than half the households in Canberra own two or more cars. This makes Canberrans among the heaviest vehicle users in the country.
The future of solar technology is almost reality, with researchers from the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science setting a new record for the conversion of sunlight into energy.
The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science is proud to announce the 2020 recipient of the Natasha Linard Scholarship for Women in Engineering and Technology, Elizabeth Elias, in celebration of International Women's Day.
The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science is proud to celebrate International Women's Day 2020.
Image courtesy of Dr Marta Yebra
When amphibians call – our researchers answer! An interdisciplinary team of academics from across Canberra have created a device called the FrogPhone.
For the next rendition of how a star is born, ANU is preparing an Emu for spaceflight
Shanae King builds systems that are literally out of this world – or they will be, one day.
ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science Dean Professor Elanor Huntington today helped to launch a new national program for Australian primary school teachers:
College alum Flight Lieutenant Rebecca Marshall was recently featured in Air Force News. She speaks on how her time at ANU studying software engineering and language has prepared her to assist with the bushfire response.