Computing students take top spots in programming comp
Three ANU students have taken out first place in the national rankings at the annual IEEEXtreme programming competition, which sees students face off against each other amongst the world’s smartest problem solvers.
Sea-level rise fast by natural standards
Sea-level rise since the industrial revolution has been fast by natural standards and may reach 80 cm above today’s sea-level by the year 2100 and 2.5 m by 2200 even without development of unexpected processes.
Mandela remembered at ANU
Members of the Canberra diplomatic corps joined former Australian Prime Minister, the Honourable Bob Hawke AC, early on Thursday 12 December in reflecting on the life of the late Nelson Mandela.
ANU Spaces – Surender Vasudeva
Meet Surender Vasudeva, a mechanical engineer who is doing his part to make the campus a more green and sustainable place before he retires later this month.
Skier goes cross-country for uni games
Undergraduate student Jackson Bursill says he’s hoping to maintain his form and ranking at the World University Winter Games.
Lizards on the ski slopes
When you hit the slopes during ski season, you’re probably not thinking of how you may be disturbing the local lizard population.
Incan efficiency to fix food
Far from being an ancient food making a boutique comeback, Professor Jill Gready thinks quinoa and other traditional crops could be the key to the looming food security crisis.
Tropical stalagmites have ice age answers
Hidden deep underground in Indonesian caves, the missing link in the demise of the last ice age has been uncovered in stalagmites, which have provided a 31,000 year-long record of Australasian monsoon activity.