Past events

Find information about past ANU Science events.

3.30–5pm 12 May 2021

Australian Women of Maths exhibition

In honour of Women of Mathematics day, MSI is hosting the official launch of the Australian Women in Mathematics exhibition.

5.30–8.30pm 11 May 2021

Royal Australian Chemical Institute Titration Stakes

Chemistry students, your High School or College is invited to enter the Australian National Chemical Analysis Competition.

Illustration of large ceramic urns

8 March – 7 May 2021

INSIGHT OUT

Visually stimulating, INSIDE OUT showcases interdisciplinary collaboration across ANU.

12–14 April 2021

ASA Datafest

Are you interested in data wrangling, analysis, and presentation design? This year CBE’s Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Statistics will be holding an American Statistical Association Datafest, where teams of 2-5 ANU undergraduate students will work with a real-world dataset during a 48-hour period in a friendly festival of data.

6.30–7.30pm 18 February 2021

Anti-gravity devices: are they realistic?

Join Dr Peter J Riggs as he explores the claims about anti-gravity devices and some of the individual devices proposed.

Physics

12–1pm 16 February 2021

Battery Lab launch: advancing research in lithium-ion & sustainable, next-gen batteries

A new world-class facility located at The Australian National University is set to research lithium-ion batteries.

6–7.30pm 9 February 2021

ANU Climate Update 2021

This event brings together policymakers, business people, researchers, students, media and the wider community.

Earth & marine sciencesEnvironment & sustainability

12–2pm 3 December 2020

ANU Energy Update 2020

This year's Energy Update involves a special online discussion on the World Energy Outlook 2020 (WEO 2020).

5.30–7.30pm 11 November 2020

Pathfinder: Speed Mentoring

Our final Pathfinder event for 2020 will encompass fun and experience in our annual Speed Mentoring event.

5pm 29 October 2020

Remote learning student experience panel - Public Health

Join us for a remote learning student experience panel webinar at ANU, discussing the differences between studying Public Health on-campus and studying remotely.

Master of Public Health

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