Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) are at the core of a national program to transition Australia's industrial sector to producing resources such as steel and other heavy metals via zero net carbon emissions hydrogen
An accomplished martial artist, Dr Catherine Galvin knows better than most the toll physical activity can take on a body’s joints — particularly the knees. She’s using her engineering knowledge to help people stay active for longer.
University brought her to the nexus of technology, education, and entrepreneurship — Nandi Wu did the rest.
We are pleased to announce the 2021 individuals and teams that have received a CECS Remote teaching and student experience award for building a strong community aligned with our College strategic intent
Community-scale batteries are already achievable in Australia, will complement existing household batteries and will allow more solar energy to be stored in our suburbs, analysis from The Australian National University (ANU) shows.
A platform for virtual stargazing, a system for wildlife tracking, a tool for farmland management, and a scheduling app for service providers took centre stage at the ANU technology showcase on 25 May. Meet the four teams who presented their innovative work.
The Australian National University (ANU) is proud to celebrate International Girls in ICT Day 2021 (#GirlsinICT).
The new Australian Space Discovery Centre features exhibitions about space based on The Australian National University (ANU) research.
2020 marked 30 years of the Bachelor of Engineering program at ANU. To celebrate, we welcomed a panel of experts to reflect on the past 30 years and look ahead to what the discipline will look like in 2050.