A lifetime of engineering conservation
24 May 2023
Professor Andrew Blakers has dedicated his life and career to creating innovative solutions that help tackle climate change.
The power of AI in education
22 May 2023
Today’s students can access a range of new technologies and generative AI. How can we apply these tools in the classroom?
Here comes the sun: the future of solar energy
15 May 2023
by Megan Dingwall, ANU Reporter Deputy Editor
Would you trust AI to drive a semi trailer?
10 May 2023
A semitrailer rumbles over the Great Northern Highway. In the distance, a kangaroo bounds through the darkness, obscured by the glow of oncoming headlights.
Meet our Co-Lab Honours Grants recipients
26 Apr 2023
The Australian National University (ANU) Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) partnership recently welcomed a new cohort of Honours students who will work on research with the potential to solve national security challenges.
The thrill of not knowing
19 Apr 2023
Machine learning engineer Tanya Dixit ventured from India to Australia in 2019 to join one of the few graduate programs in the world focused squarely on machine learning.
Future students greeted by robot, virtual sabers, and AI interface at Open Day 2023
22 Mar 2023
The Australian National University (ANU) campus was buzzing on Saturday 18 March 2023 as prospective students looked to find their place at Open Day. Future students and their families were greeted with...
ANU Escape Room opens doors to public
21 Mar 2023
The original Escape Room was difficult to crack. Only one team was able to solve all five riddles. But the high rate of difficulty did not prevent other educators and business leaders from...
Well done to our latest prize-winning students
20 Mar 2023
Congratulations and well done to the latest group of The Australian National University (ANU) College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics prize winners!
Hanna Kurniawati to spearhead Autonomous Systems Research in Australia’s space tech
17 Mar 2023
Congratulations to The Australian National University (ANU) expert Professor Hanna Kurniawati, who has been appointed as the SmartSat CRC Professorial Chair for System Autonomy, Intelligence, and Decision Making.