Past events

Find information about past ANU Science events.

Two ANU students smiling

9am 17 February – 5pm 21 February 2020

Science Orientation Week 2020

The College of Science Induction sessions provide an opportunity for undergraduate students to meet and hear from First Year Conveners and later year students.

6.30pm 19 February 2020

Time’s labyrinth: Revealing the characteristics of time

What is time? This is a question contemplated for millennia.

Physics
Research student using a pipette

11am–1pm 6 February 2020

Women in STEM Workshop – Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Have you ever felt that despite your evident success, you have a nagging feeling of inadequacy, self-doubt, or a sense of intellectual fraudulence? You may be suffering from Imposter Syndrome.

UN Climate Change conference COP25 speakers on stage

6pm 18 December 2019

Deciphering the UN climate talks in Madrid

The UN Secretary General has described global efforts to tackle climate change as "utterly inadequate". So how did events unfold at COP25?

Environment & sustainability
Sydney Harbour, photo by Corey Leopold on flickr

5.30pm 12 December 2019

Advance Australia: Becoming the world's healthiest nation

Professor Russell Gruen, The Australian National University.

12.30–1.30pm 11 December 2019

Disaster resilience in an aging society

Listen to Professor Ichiro Kawachi describe the lessons learned from a unique ongoing field study about the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.

11.45am–5pm 2 December 2019

ANU Energy Update 2019

A one-day summit bringing together researchers, policymakers, industry and the public to provide an overview of the latest national energy trends.

Environment & sustainability
Susa Mama health clinic, Port Moresby General Hospital, PNG. Photo taken by Ness Kerton for AusAID.

5.30pm 28 November 2019

Healthcare for all: Managing the upcoming Health Tsunami in Asia and the Pacific

Dr Patrick Osewe, Asian Development Bank.

12–1pm 20 November 2019

Clinical trials in Australia and Singapore

Dr Tan is visiting ANU, from Singapore, to interact with those involved with clinical trials in the ACT, and share learnings and opportunities. As part of her visit, Dr Tan will be presenting a seminar on clinical trials and sharing her experiences from Australia and Singapore in relation to clinical trials.

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