Breath testing… for disease!
Imagine the possibility of testing for a disease using just a single puff of breath… sounds almost like science fiction, but this is the subject of PhD student Noushin Nasiri’s research that she will be presenting at the
Kiara's intoxicating talk proves the right mix for 3MT College heat
Kiara Bruggeman, Engineering PhD student has again taken out first place, in the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science 2015 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.
ANU Researchers win best paper at high performance computing conference
Joint efforts between the Research School of Computer Science and the Mathematical Sciences Institute (MSI) at the Australian National University have just been awarded Outstanding Paper at a recent High Performance Computing conference.
Meet Ross Pure, published 2nd yr Engineering R&D student
Meet Ross Pure, a third year Engineering student from the College of Engineering and Computer Sciences. A mathematics problem Ross solved as part of his second year R and D project was recently published.
ANU to play role in World Wide Web development
The ANU is set to play a significant role in guiding the future of the Web after being chosen as the new host of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Australia Office.
Sticky tape the key to ultrathin solar cells
Nobel Laureate Brian Schmidt to lead ANU
Professor Brian Schmidt AC has been appointed the next Vice-Chancellor of The Australian National University (ANU).