Rachael Hanrick is interested in combining her skills as an engineer, craftsperson, and designer to come up with creative solutions to waste reduction problems.
We warmly welcome you to the first edition of the Resourceful Waste quarterly newsletter, a collaboration between ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science, the Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia (WMRR) and ACT NoWaste.
Dr Minh Bui, from the ANU Research School of Computer Science, has received a prestigious grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to use big data to provide insights from o
Consumer products are increasingly being kitted out with technology - from mobile phones to cars. But at the same time, there’s also demand for more sustainable and environmentally friendly products.
Ever wondered what the smartphones of the future will look like?
A new bootcamp funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and delivered by the ANU College of Engineering anf Computer Science will help better equip practitioners at the frontline of the region's cybersecurity challenges.
Photo credits: Eva van Gorsel
The College of Engineering and Computer Science is pleased to announce the appointment of notable environmental scientist Dr Marta Yebra as a Senior Lecturer in Environment
Australia's carbon emissions will decline by as much as four per cent over the next few years but governments need to support continued renewable energy deployment to ensure that emissions do not rise again, experts from the ANU College
Carbon fibre is an extremely strong, yet light weight material. This means it is attracting more and more applications – from bikes and tennis racquets to sports cars and planes.