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In this video, our recent Mathematics and Computer science graduate Will Cashman talks about fast methods of polynomial multiplication - what it is, why do we care about it and a brief overview of one of the most popular algorithms being used today.
Hear a welcome message from some of the teaching staff of the Bachelor of Health Science and take a deep dive into the structure of the program. You will hear from students who have graduated from the Bachelor of Health Science and are now working towards a career in medicine.
Are you interested in Biology and Mathematics? Xia Hua will talk about their experience studying at ANU, and how it has helped them to become a mathematical biologist.
Join our expert panel as they tackle climate change, social justice and health and how policy is impacted (or impacts) these issues.
Listen to Dr Natasha Robinson, Dr Benjamin Scheele, Dr Craig Strong, Professor David Lindenmayer and PhD student Meena Sivagowre Sritharan explaining how ANU students are involved in conservation science fieldwork.
Usually the first thing that people associate seismology with is earth quakes and faults. While that is an important part of seismology, it contributes to a minor part of the discipline. This talk aims at uncovering some of the lesser known areas of seismology and aims to answer some questions about pursuing studies in seismology.
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.
Learn about different areas of Physics and their applications, examples of careers and employment trends in different areas, what it is like to work in Physics as well as an overview of studying the Master of Science in Precision Instrumentation & Measurement and Quantum Technology at the ANU
Learn about different areas of Biology and Bioinformatics and their applications, examples of careers and employment trends in different areas, what it is like to work in Biology and Bioinformatics as well as an overview of studying the Master of Science in Quantitative Biology and Bioinformatics at the Australian National University.
This pre-recorded session introduces Astronomy at ANU. The speakers then go on to explain the course structure of the first year science undergraduate degree and talk about courses you need to include in order to pursue astronomy at ANU. This session involves an interactive Q&A session with the audience and was presented by Professor Paul Francis and our student Janet Tang.
First year Environment & Sustainability: how sustainable development studies can help solve global challenges
Listen to Professor Lorrae Van Kerkhoff, Professor Jamie Pittock, Dr Rebecca Pearse and our student Kate discussing the first year studies at the ANU Fenner School of Environment and Society.
Join our pre-recorded session where our academics, first-year convenors and our student will take you through an interactive Q&A session to explore course guidance, enrolment advice and different perspectives on what you can expect as a first year science student at ANU.
Learn about different areas of Science Communication and its applications, examples of careers and employment trends in different areas, what it is like to work in Science Communication as well as an overview of studying the Master of Science Communication at The Australian National University.
Dr Sara Beavis, Dr Rob Dyball and Sam Provost will have panel discussion around honours and masters studies at Fenner.
Joe Hope talks about physics graduates careers and opportunities. ANU builds upon its world leading research to offer the best in physics education. Find out more about how you can pursue studies in physics and play a part in addressing the challenges facing the modern world.
Professor Saul Cunningham, Dr Marta Yebra, Professor Geoff Cary, and Professor Phil Gibbons discuss different approaches to bushfire mamangement, how ecosystems are adapting to more frequent fires and how ANU research is shaping fire management policies.
In this postgraduate focused session, we talk about the Masters of Science program at the ANU Research School of Biology. Our panelists cover the different choices we offer based on your area of interest, briefly explaining the program structure, courses you can take and the benefits of each of your options.
Meet Atul, ANU Bachelor of Philosophy (PhB) graduate who is now pursuing a Doctor of Medicine and Surgery (MChD) degree at ANU. In this pre-recorded Atul talks about his background, motivations, his student experience and journey into studying Medicine at ANU.
Listen to current Doctor of Medicine and Surgery student Lachlan Arthur sharing his experience studying at ANU and living in Canberra.
Join Professor Iain Walker, Director of the ANU Research School of Psychology, who will talk about Psychology at ANU, pathways to become a psychologist and career opportunities in this discipline.
What is Science Communication and what do our graduates go? In this pre-recorded session, our lecturers from the Centre for the Public Awareness of Science discuss the postgraduate options in Science Communication and touch upon courses you can take up during your undergraduate degree at the ANU as well.
Learn more about the course structure of the science degree and how astronomy can fit into the your undergraduate degree at ANU. Professor Michael Ireland and our student Janet Tang talk about the research, facilities, teaching and student experience at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics at our Mt Stromlo Observatory in this webinar.
What is climate change? how does it impact weather patterns? what effects does it have on food production? what roles can governments, experts, organisations and the community play to contribute to the fight against climate change? These are just some of the questions that a student that wants to study climate change might have. Find out what our experts have to say about the courses that you can take as part of your degree to study Climate Change at ANU.
Discover how fieldwork at ANU helps students gain hands-on experience on environmental science.
In January 2018 a group of 25 students touched down in Ho Chi Minh City and commenced a 3-week field school in Vietnam. Supported by the New Colombo Plan, the students learned first-hand about the big challenges faced by the region. In this video hear from the participants about what they got out of the trip.
Learn from Harriet Torrens, Rachel Larobina and Dr Craig Strong how to structure your undergraduate degree to study environmental science.
What connects Genghis Khan and the Australian lungfish? Radiocarbon dating in archaeology and ecology
Rachel Wood & Stewart Falon discuss the connections between Genghis Khan, the Australian lungfish, and the link between Radiocarbon dating in archaeology and ecology.
Learn about the universe far back in time when it was still a baby, to find the building blocks of life. This intriguing talk is presented by PhD student Ayan Acharyya and he talks about where the building blocks are found and how do we look back in time using maths, physics and computer programming.
Chemistry is a central science which underlies every scientific discipline from the environment through biology to physics and astronomy. Solutions to the world’s current major challenges - energy, water, and climate - will have their origins in chemistry. Join our academics and students to hear about their journey at the Research School of Chemistry at ANU.