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News | 14 May 2021
The first-ever discovery of an extraterrestrial radioactive isotope on Earth has scientists rethinking the origins of the elements on our planet.
Analysis and opinion | 4 May 2021
What are 'internal waves' that possibly sank the Indonesian sub? If you've ever suffered plane turbulence, you've been inside one
Internal waves can create pretty cloud shapes in the sky, as well as making life unpleasant for passengers on aeroplanes. And in the oceans they can be a deadly hazard to submarines.
News | 20 Apr 2021
Vehicles that can propel themselves along the water and self-navigate around any object in their path could soon be a reality thanks to new research from Vehicles that can propel themselves along the water and self-navigate around any object in their path could soon be a reality thanks to new research from ANU.
News | 24 Mar 2021
The world's first room-temperature quantum computer is in the final stages of development and is set to be installed at the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre in Perth and activated later this year.
News | 17 Mar 2021
Australia will not achieve net zero emissions until well after 2050 at the rate emissions are declining, experts from The Australian National University warn.
News | 11 Mar 2021
Three researchers from ANU who've changed the way we see the world have been recognised for their ground-breaking work with prestigious awards from The Australian Academy of Science.
Student blog | 5 Jan 2021
Jordan is researching a non-invasive way to detect elevated blood glucose levels in people who exhibit pre-diabetic symptoms.
News | 30 Nov 2020
Professor Steve Madden has taken out one of Australia's top scientific honours.
News | 19 Nov 2020
An international team of scientists has defied nature to make diamonds in minutes in a laboratory at room temperature - a process that normally requires billions of years, huge amounts of pressure and super-hot temperatures.
News | 29 Oct 2020
The 2020 Prime Minister's Prize for Science has been awarded to two physicists from ANU and two scientists from other institutions for their ground-breaking work to detect ripples in space and time known as gravitational waves.
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