Past events

Find information about past ANU Science events.

5.30pm 12 September 2019

Resilient humans: Harnessing our immune system to protect us from infection, injury and invasion

Professor Si Ming Man will discuss his research on the importance of the immune system in recognising microbes and the role of inflammation.

5.30pm 4 September 2019

Fighting Ebola: achieving positive social & health outcomes in emergencies

During the Ebola outbreak in West Africa in 2014, engaging with local communities to understand their culture and needs was critical to effective control.

6–8pm 30 August 2019

ANU Bachelor of Philosophy (PhB) Symposium

The 2019 PhB Symposium will showcase the latest undergraduate research at The Australian National University (ANU).

6pm 26 August 2019

The Fiction of Memory

Join Distinguished Professor Elizabeth Loftus to hear her speak about 'The Fiction of Memory' in this one-night only event at Llewellyn Hall.

Aspirin, Image: Marco Verch Flickr

5.30pm 22 August 2019

A new public health: Preventing diseases with drugs

Professor John McNeil, Monash University.

10am–12pm 22 August 2019

Next steps for Paid Parental Leave: Advancing leave policy in Australia

A public panel discussion on 'The First 10 Years of Paid Parental Leave – What Have We Learned and Where Are We Heading?'

5.30–7.30pm 15 August 2019

2019 Science, Medicine & Health Honours Information Evening

Current undergraduate Science, Medicine and Health students are invited to attend an information evening about opportunities for honours study and research.

12.30–1.30pm 15 August 2019

Co-created Wellbeing in Healthcare

Who owns wellbeing and why?

17–28 July 2019

Art Exhibition: Long way around

Exhibition of artwork by ANU School of Art & Design Printmedia and Drawing students made in response to visual, sensory, and conceptual elements of Mt Stromlo.

20–26 July 2019

Exhibition: Promised the Moon

Fifty years after Apollo 11, artists reflect on the first moon landing and the Canberra region's role in this unique mission.