Tabitha Carvan

Articles

Research story

One small wave, one very big deal

Experimental physicist Dr Bram Slagmolen has created a tool that measures with unimaginable precision

Research story

From the primordial soup to the salon

It took a mathematician to find an answer to how life on Earth actually began, and to discover the answer in the most surprising place: the hairdresser’s.

Research story

A medical revolution of mice and men

Five per cent of the Australian population suffer from autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis and lupus

Research story

The giant eye on the sky

It was Professor Brian Schmidt who received a Nobel Prize, but it was technology, he says, that facilitated the discovery.

Career story

From hoverboard to member of the board

ANU alumnus Stefan Nekvapil says science communication equipped him with the skills he needed for work—and life.

Student profile

The bond of Love

John Love, in the final years of his life, decided to establish a scholarship for deserving students whose circumstances might prevent them from coming to ANU

Career story

Meet the Jon Snow of ANU

From some, an international environmental negotiation might seem like an incomprehensible acronym, but for Dr Luke Kemp, it’s as gripping as Game of Thrones.

Research story

Listening to the heart of a city

"The scale and pace of urbanisation is simply unprecedented."

Student profile

Meet the nuclear scientist in a business suit

With an undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering and an MBA already, Ken Maxwell is no stranger to graduation ceremonies.

Research story

Gravitational waves detected. Again. Why should we care?

Scientists made headlines around the world earlier this year when they confirmed the existence of gravitational waves.

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