Solar innovation inspired by corals could help save them
11 Jul 2022
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 in...
Electric vehicles pass the remote road test
8 Jul 2022
Electric vehicles can handle the distances required to travel to essential services in remote and regional Australia, a new study from The Australian National University (ANU) has shown.
Algorithm charts moral culture in 100k dilemmas
1 Jul 2022
Computational social science: As a step toward endowing artificial intelligence with moral reasoning capabilities, Josh Nguyen and a team of The Australian National University (ANU) experts analysed 100,000 threads from the popular...
$45m injection to electrify innovation in Aussie solar tech
27 Jun 2022
The Australian National University (ANU) will play a critical role in researching and developing cheaper, more efficient and more sustainable solar technologiesthanks to a multi-million dollar cash splash that will ignite a spark in Australian solar innovation.
10 Jun 2022
School of Computing PhD student Mahsuum Daiiani is seeking your help to understand how video games can engage people around climate change and environmental issues.
Student start-up lands on Forbes 30 Under 30 list
9 Jun 2022
Susruth Nadimpalli and Jaskaran Gulati, cryptocurrency pioneers who met while students at The Australian National University (ANU), have been listed on the Forbes 30 under 30 for finance and venture capital in Asia....
Co-Lab celebrates Honours Grant recipients
7 Jun 2022
One of the keystone partnerships for ANU and the School of Computing, the Co-Lab, has welcomed and celebrated its inaugural cohort of 2022 Co-Lab Honours Grant recipients.
TechLauncher projects impress
27 May 2022
Four student teams presented in person and one presented virtually at TechLauncher’s hybrid ANU Technology Showcase on 24 May 2022. More than 50 people attended the event hosted at the Canberra Innovation...
Know our history
26 May 2022
This year’s National Reconciliation Week theme is “Be brave. Make change”. We sat down with Tyra Petersen, a proud Wuthathi women from the North Eastern coast of Cape York Peninsula with connections...
School of Computing to slash energy costs by half
18 May 2022
The School of Computing at ANU is set to reduce its energy costs by up to 51 per cent following an agreement with software firm Dug McCloud. The Australian-based company, with physical...