Through Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), Dr Lokuge has participated in deployments that include Afghanistan, Sudan and Uganda.
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A passion for turning physics experiments into practical technology that benefits the poorest people in the world has earned Professor Chennupati Jagadish a...
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Astronomers have discovered the oldest known stars, dating from before the Milky Way Galaxy formed, when the Universe was just 300 million years old.
Chemists have created a star-shaped molecule previously thought to be too unstable to be made.
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The leadership of the ANU fusion program has always had a strong reputation internationally for scientific excellence.
The feedback we get from groups we do research projects with is that the broader community starts to know what we are doing; we’re not just the ‘medic
Physics educator, Associate Professor Joe Hope has flipped around the way that complex material is taught in the classroom.
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