Past events

Find information abour past ANU Science events.

16
Aug
2016

2016 Physics Project Market Day »

As part of science week 2016 Physics ANU presents 'Physics Project Market Day'.
12
Aug
2016

Is This How You Feel? »

Researchers included in the project include high profile climate scientists such as Andy Pitman, Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science, and Climate Council members Will Steffen and Lesley Hughes.
12
Aug
2016

Bio-Bounce, the biggest and bounciest plant cell »

Come on a journey through Bio-Bounce, the world’s biggest and bounciest plant cell. Participate in hands-on activities and learn about the inner workings of a plant cell.
12
Aug
2016

Always look at the bright side of plants »

Join us to discover the unique signature of plants, extract some plant DNA, and see photosynthesis in action.
12
Aug
2016

Honours Information Evening for Science, Medicine & Health students »

Current undergraduate Science, Medicine and Health students are invited to attend an information evening outlining opportunities for further study and research within the ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment and the ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences.
11
Aug
2016

Moving backwards into the future - the new age of infectious diseases »

Professor Frank Bowden, Infectious Diseases Expert, ANU Medical School, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
30
Jul
2016

Prizes, Awards & Scholarships Presentation »

The annual Colleges of Science Prizes, Awards & Scholarships Presentation will be held on 29 July, 2016.
25
Jul
2016

Climate Café: Soil Carbon - the silver bullet? »

More carbon is stored in soil than in the atmosphere and vegetation combined, making its management critical for climate change mitigation and adaptation.
21
Jul
2016

Degrees for High Achievers Roadshow - Brisbane »

ANU staff and students will be in Brisbane on Wednesday 20 July to talk to you about our undergraduate research degrees and advanced degrees.
08
Jul
2016

Solar energy R&D and Materials by Design »

Meeting our future global energy needs in an environmentally responsible way is one of the greatest challenges of the twenty first century.

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