Catch up with the latest videos from Science at ANU.

As a commons for curiosity, the MakerSpace is furnished with resources for people to experiment, investigate, prototype and solve problems.

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Vance Lawrence, from the ANU Research School of Chemistry takes us on a tour through the chemistry labs at the Science Teaching Building. 

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Twinkling stars can make for a magnificent night sky. But to astronomers, this twinkling caused by light traveling through our atmosphere makes it difficult to capture sharp images of space.

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After a career spent searching for the most threatened wildlife, Dr Debbie Saunders tracked down a new occupation: CEO

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Ngaio Fitzpatrick views the climate through a veil of broken industrial glass. But her art isn’t only about creating beautiful objects at the Canberra Glassworks.

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The first group of science students from the ANU partnership with Shandong University have arrived in Canberra to begin their Australian study experience.

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ANU researchers are working to develop a satellite that can help predict where a bushfire will burn.

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ANU is home to the largest and most powerful ion accelerator in Australia, and Professor Mahananda Dasgupta would like its world-class reputation to be better known here at home.

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