Past events

Find information about past ANU Science events.

3.30–5am 1 March 2016

Rare diseases - resilience and rosetta stones

Co-Director, Centre for Personalised Immunology, The John Curtin School of Medical Research, ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment.

8–9pm 29 February 2016

Rare disease day morning tea

The Australian Phenomics Facility and The Centre for Personalised Immunology invite you to attend Morning tea in the JCSMR Foyer, Monday 29 February from 10-11am.

1.30–3.30am 23 February 2016

Creating Energy Efficient Cities in Switzerland and Australia

A panel of experts from Switzerland and Australia will discuss, compare and contrast opportunities for energy innovation across various urban centres.

8pm 17 February 2016

Academic Advice Sessions

You’ve decided to accept your offer – now comes the fun part.

7pm 11 February – 3am 13 February 2016

Gender, science and wonder

How do science and technology make us wonder? And how do gendered understandings figure into our wonderings?

7pm 8 February – 3am 13 February 2016

Instagram competition: O-Week 2016

O-Week 2016! We want to know what you’re getting up to, so we are running a competition on Instagram. All you need to do is:

8–10.30pm 9 February 2016

First year science student induction sessions

If you are a first year science student at ANU, make sure you attend on of your induction sessions.

9–10pm 9 February 2016

The story of single molecules, from early spectroscopy in solids, to super-resolution nanoscopy in cells and beyond

RSPE Director's Distinguished Lecture with Nobel Laureate W E Moerner

10.30–11.30pm 6 January 2016

Using sound to explain scientific data

Sonification can been concisely defined as the use of nonspeeech audio to convey information. It is usually described as the auditory equivalent of scientific visualisation, although there are significant differences.