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!
Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Science graduate Molly Thomas is excited about where the future will take her.
An engineering graduate with a passion for reaching out to school students has won the University's most prestigious prize for undergraduates, the Tillyard prize.
The price of Photovoltaics modules has drastically decreased during the last decade, however further cost reductions are now increasingly hard.
Dr Hassan Hijazi from the Research School of Computer Science has been recently awarded the 2015 "Rising Star" award from the
A team of four ANU students known as “The Normans” (Jennyfer Lawrence Taylor, Leana Copeland, Chris Chow, and Kirsty Nitschke) won first place in the OzCHI 2015 Student Design Challenge (OzCHI24).
The Australian National University (ANU) leads the nation in research excellence, boosting its reputation for world-class research in the latest Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) results.
ANU Alumnus and Chief Technology Officer of Canberra-based firm Reposit Power, Lachlan Blackhall, has been chosen as the first recipient of