Fostering closer energy ties with the US
An ANU collaboration with the US National Renewable Energy Laboratory has been raised during talks between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Tony Abbott at the White House.
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Tech girls are superheroes
A campaign to encourage more girls into computing and IT careers has been launched at ANU.
Reviving Einstein’s “spooky action at a distance”
Physicists have revived a quantum effect that Albert Einstein referred to as “spooky action at a distance”, opening up potential new forms of ultra-secure communications.
Space on Earth
Mount Stromlo’s Space Simulation Facility is ready to put the latest spacecraft to the test.
$76 million startup sale
A high-technology Canberra-based company set up by ANU researchers has been sold for $76 million.
Robots teach kids about resilience
Siblings Abbie and Bri Wade, and Chris Claoue-Long are on a mission to bring the fun of building robots to ACT school kids.
National Youth Science Forum 2014 kicks off
Even though students are home for holidays, January at ANU is not as quiet as one might think, as 430 young scientists descend upon the campus this week for the 2014 National Youth Science Forum.
Robot an innovative winner
Engineering students Matt Shadwell, Jessica Evers and Shanae King have won the Innovation award at the Autonomous Ground Vehicle Competition.
Students get creative to create the perfect postcard
ITS got students to don their creative thinking caps when they ran their postcard competition in October this year.