Past events

Find information about past ANU Science events.

5.30pm 24 October 2019

Death optional? Extending the human life span

Professor Graham Mann, The Australian National University.

A graduate talking to a Pathfinder mentor

5.30–7.30pm 22 October 2019

Pathfinder: Speed mentoring

Join us for a Pathfinder event with a modern twist, as we combine elements of speed dating, professional networking and mentoring for an educational, fun and chaotic event!

6pm 22 October 2019

Earth Sciences - Employability Webinar

Join us for an employability webinar on Earth Sciences. Learn about different areas of Earth Sciences and its applications, examples of careers and employment trends in different areas, and what it is like to work in Earth Sciences as well as an overview of studying the Master of Earth Sciences at the Australian National University.

Earth & marine sciences

5.30–7.30pm 21 October 2019

Working together to Identify IP trends in your field of research

Learn how ANU researchers, in partnership with IP Australia, created an interactive patent visualisation experience to help seamlessly identify IP trends.

6–7.30pm 16 October 2019

Net Zero: the UK’s 2050 emissions target

Vice Chair of the UK Committee on Climate Change, Professor Julia King, discusses UK's plans for net zero emissions by 2050.

Environment & sustainability

6pm 16 October 2019

Biotechnology - Employability Webinar

Join us for a webinar on employability in Biotechnology. Learn about different areas of Biotechnology and its applications, examples of careers and employment trends in different areas, what it is like to work in Biotechnology as well as an overview of studying the Master of Biotechnology at the Australian National University.

Biology

9.30am–12.30pm 13 October 2019

ANU Curious Kids – Indigenous Foods

What indigenous foods grow locally around Canberra? Why don’t we naturally eat indigenous foods as a part of our everyday meals? What plants can we use in cooking, medicine, and science?

Biology

6.30–8.30pm 8 October 2019

Prizes, Awards & Scholarships Presentation

A night to celebrate the outstanding achievements of Science, Health and Medicine students.

Astronomy & astrophysicsBiologyChemistryEarth & marine sciencesEnvironment & sustainabilityMathematicsPhysicsScience communication

6pm 2 October 2019

Black Holes and Wormholes: Concepts and Misconceptions

What are those exotic entities in the universe called black holes and wormholes?

Astronomy & astrophysicsPhysics

5.30pm 26 September 2019

How we think: Cracking the brain's code

Professor Jason Mattingley discusses the ways psychologists are demystifying the mechanisms of the brain that generate our thoughts, feelings and actions.

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