Badri Younes, a NASA engineer serving as Deputy Associate Administrator for Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) and SCaN Program Manager, spoke at the Birch Innovation Space about his job building next generation technologies to s
Imagine if your smart watch could monitor chronic health conditions such as heart disease and relay that information securely to your doctor? The idea that data captured by genomics, sensors, and wearable technologies could one day lead to affordable, patient-friendly disease monitoring and management systems is part of the grand challenge facing Dr Elena Daskalaki and other computer scientists at ANU.
Australia could drastically lower carbon emissions in the Asia-Pacific region by exporting zero-carbon commodities such as electricity, green hydrogen and green metals, according to new research by experts at The Australian National Univ
Of the ten winners of the Vietnam Outstanding Young Faces Award, Dr Hieu Nguyen is the only one who resides outside of Vietnam. Photo by Lannon Harley.
Charli Fell, winner of the 2022 Natasha Linard Scholarship for Women in Engineering and Technology, has promised to dedicate half of its funds to the continuation of a Local Design Summit that will benefit the ACT’s Indigenous and engineering communities.
Prof Kylie Catchpole teamed with Dr Jun Peng to break their own record for solar cell efficiency.
Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) have broken their own record to create a more efficient solar cell.
The ANU research team with Graphite Energy COO, Byron Ross, in the purpose-built sodium lab. From left: Associate Professor John Pye, Associate Professor Joe Coventry, Dr Ahmad Mojiri, Mr Byron Ross, and Dr Mahdiar Taheri.
ANU researchers have reached a ground-breaking temperature of 800 degrees Celsius for a new thermal energy storage technology. Optimising storage of renewable energy is a crucial component in the transition away from fossil fuels.
"Immerse yourself as much as you can, as quick as you can."