We tell people how atoms move—an interview with Loong Wang
6 Dec 2023
Loong Wang’s first two tech companies were valued at nearly $2 billion when they were sold. He has founded two more since his 2021 pivot to bio-medical technology.
Beck at COP28: Australia can fuel global energy transition
4 Dec 2023
Dr Fiona Beck and a team of ANU experts have traveled to Dubai for COP28—the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference. Their message: Australia can fuel the global energy transition by exporting...
ANU experts to power path to all-electric ACT
1 Dec 2023
A map to guide the Australian Capital Territory (ACT)’s transition to an all-electric economy will be developed by experts at The Australian National University (ANU).
Energy experts gather to plan future of neighbourhood batteries in Australia
29 Nov 2023
Leaders in the field of renewable energy travelled to the Australian National University (ANU) to share the latest developments in neighbourhood battery research.
AI simulations catalyse green energy transition
25 Oct 2023
Researchers at the College of Engineering, Computing & Cybernetics (CECC) have enlisted artificial intelligence (AI) to conduct simulated experiments that optimise the catalytic reaction that generates green hydrogen.
Yuerui (Larry) Lu wins Prime Minister’s Prize for Science
17 Oct 2023
Professor Yuerui (Larry) Lu accepted the 2023 Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year at the Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science event held at Parliament House on 16 October.
Black coating mimicking sea corals wins SolarPACES 2023 innovation award
13 Oct 2023
An international team of engineers accepted the Technology Innovation Award at the 2023 Solar Power and Chemical Systems (SolarPACES) conference on 13 October. We spoke to Dr Juan Felipe Torres about how...
Computing scholar seeks to reverse chaos caused by fake images, video
11 Oct 2023
Dr Sabrina Caldwell is in battle mode against deceptive images and deepfakes, and more specifically, the negative impacts that image manipulation and artificial intelligence generated content (AIGC) have on the public.
New support for ANU-led space technologies
27 Sep 2023
Canberra is set to establish itself as Australia’s gateway to space, with a series of significant investments in its growing space industry and space technologies led by The Australian National University (ANU)....
Computing pioneer aims for impact as researcher, mentor
26 Sep 2023
Dr Xiaoyu Sun is the first recipient of the Pioneering Women Lectureship, designed to address the need for more women in computing.