Nationwide fall in electricity consumption
Australia’s emissions total has remained constant over several years due to an unprecedented fall in electricity consumption.
Engineering girl power
Three young women have been awarded Defence Science and Technology Organisation scholarships for their engagement and potential as engineers and scientists.
Signing on to construction safety wins InnovationACT award
An automated sign on system for construction sites has taken out the top prize of $25,000 at the Innovation ACT 2013 awards night.
Matt Shadwell has gone from accidentally igniting the family loungeroom to building a robot that can negotiate obstacles.
ANU scientists have worked out a way to stick ‘pimples on a pumpkin’, shifting the way we view cancer treatment. By TEGAN DOLSTRA.
Student creates world’s largest quantum cluster
ANU PhD student Seiji Armstrong has made a quantum leap towards next-generation computing.
ANU Alumna says women should push up
The ACT winner of two Telstra Womens’ Business awards for 2013 has advice for budding women who may face career dead-ends – don’t accept ‘no’ as an answer.
Thinking in reverse bags student iPad prize
A clever and creative design by student Kanil Fernando has taken out first prize in the Student Postcard Competition run by IT Services.
Taiwanese solar manufacturers visit ANU
Taiwanese companies have expressed a strong interest in projects from the Research School of Engineering’s Solar Energy group.