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News

24
Oct
2019

College researchers predict Australia's carbon emissions are set to drop

Australia's carbon emissions will decline by as much as four per cent over the next few years but governments need to support continued renewable energy deployment to ensure that emissions do not rise again, experts from the ANU College...
06
Aug
2019

Divergent thinking key to mastering AI

Students in the 3Ai Masters program are exploring how to take artificial intelligence (Ai) safely to scale.   So where do you start to tackle a topic so large?   Part of the approach is to make sure we are asking the right...
Grace Hopper
10
Jul
2019

Inventing IT: The life and times of Grace Hopper

It’s 1947 - Harry S. Truman is US president, Frank Sinatra is the nation’s heartthrob, the Chevrolet Fleetline is the coolest car around, and a loaf of bread costs 13 cents. Grace Hopper is a Research Fellow at Harvard University...

Events

13
Nov
2019

Engineering and Computing at ANU: Internships, industry experience and employability

Do you want to know more about your job prospects in Australia? Join us for a live webinar with insights on gaining industry experience while you are studying at ANU, and getting job-ready for future opportunities in Australia. This...
13
Nov
2019

Mission untossable: giving objects new life

As part of the 2019 National Recycling Week program, ACT NoWaste and GIVIT present an express slideshow night, Mission Untossable – powered by Pecha Kucha. There are truckloads of good options to give your possessions a second life –...
19
Nov
2019

Where Bioengineering Meets Physical Chemistry: Elucidating Design Principles of Ionic Liquids for Transdermal Drug Delivery

Where Bioengineering Meets Physical Chemistry: Elucidating Design Principles of Ionic Liquids for Transdermal Drug Delivery Eden E. L. Tanner, DPhil Ionic liquids (ILs), which consist of anions and bulky, asymmetric organic cations that...

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