360 virtual tours

Ever wondered what the science buildings and facilities at the ANU look like from the inside? Take yourself on a 360 tour and find out.

A short version of the science precinct tour, with 10 points to look at.

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Whether you’re a new student at ANU or one who has been here for years, a lot of the intricate building designs go unnoticed. Our science and medicine facilities have fascinating histories, hidden sculptures and clever designs that mirror the science happening inside.

So come on a virtual journey around our science precinct.

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The ANU Battery Lab researches lithium-ion batteries, optimising their enabling materials, providing characterisation and testing and assessing recycling and reuse options.

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The CanTEST Health and Drug Checking Service, commonly referred to as pill testing, is administered by Directions Health Services with technical support provided by our researchers at the Research School of Chemistry.

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Australia's premier research laboratory for experimental fluid dynamics. A 400m2 purpose-built laboratory designed for studies of fluid processes relevant to Earth's climate system.

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The Fenner School is housed in Frank Fenner Building, Forestry Building, and Robertson Building. Find out more about the environmental and historical significance of our facilities.

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Extended tour of the Fenner School.

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The Joint Mass Spectrometry Facility (JMSF) was created in 2016 to consolidate and grow mass spectrometry facilities at the ANU. In partnership with CSIRO, the JMSF supports research in the Canberra region and across Australia.

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Welcome to Kioloa Coastal Campus - the Australian National University's coastal field station since 1975. Visit the ANU's outdoor classroom at the New South Wales south coast to engage, teach and study surrounded by national parks and pristine beaches.

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Magnetic Resonance techniques have applications in all fields of the experimental sciences. It is the single most powerful method available to chemists for studying the composition, structure and function of molecules.

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The ANU MakerSpace is a growing network of spaces across campus, and a community where we know people learn by doing. The MakerSpace community and tools are accessible to all current ANU staff and students.

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An extended tour of the Makerspace.

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The cryptographic patterns hidden within the privacy films and the external blades are one of the most distinctive aspects of the new Hanna Neumann Building, home of the Mathematical Sciences Institute. Go on this short tour to see inside and find out more about the included cryptography.

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An extended tour of the Mathematical Sciences Institute.

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Mount Stromlo Observatory is the headquarters of the ANU Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, a world-respected community of researchers exploring the heavens.

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An extended tour of the Mount Stromlo Observatory.

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Mulligans Flat and Goorooyarroo Nature Reserve, located in the Australian Capital Territory, is a protected area renowned for its biodiversity conservation efforts.

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The National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) is home to the Southern Hemisphere’s most highly-integrated supercomputer and filesystems, Australia’s highest performance research cloud, and one of the nation’s largest data catalogues. See the supercomputer Gadi and other facilities on this virtual tour.

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A short tour of the Palaeomagnetic Laboratory on Black Mountain.

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Questacon is an interactive science communication facility in Canberra. As part of a Master of Science Communication at ANU, you can complete a fieldwork placement at Questacon.

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The Research School of Chemistry is the home of chemistry at the ANU and the breadth of our teaching and research activities mirrors the cross- and multi-disciplinary impacts of chemistry in our daily lives.

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An extended tour of the Research School of Chemistry.

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A tour of the Siding Spring Observatory, on the edge of the Warrumbungle National Park near Coonabarabran, NSW.

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The Science Teaching Building includes eight teaching wet laboratories for students across the Bioscience and Chemistry disciplines. See the labs and other facilities on this virtual tour.

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An extended tour of the Science Teaching Building.

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The Fenner School’s Wood Collection is used in forestry and wood science education and research. The collection has a high degree of historical and research significance. It contains material for resampling for investigative purposes by wood anatomists, archaeologists, anthropologists, furniture and decorative arts conservators, art historians and forensic scientists.

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