Gravitational wave leader wins Boas medal

Professor David McClelland has been awarded the prestigious Boas medal, by the Australian Institute of Physics, "for key contributions to one of the greatest achievements...

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Gravitational wave leader wins Boas medal

Research will help scientists understand how stars create elements

New research involving The Australian National University (ANU) has, for the first time, demonstrated a long-theorised nuclear effect, in a feat that will help scientists...

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Research will help scientists understand how stars create elements

New technology can help scientists peer into deep space

A team of Australian scientists, including researchers from The Australian National University (ANU), have found a new way to use the telecommunications network...

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New technology can help scientists peer into deep space

Buckingham Palace built with mineralised microbes from the Jurassic

A new study led by The Australian National University (ANU) has found that the building blocks of Buckingham Palace in London and many other...

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Buckingham Palace built with mineralised microbes from the Jurassic

ANU launches virtual tour of lab searching for traces of exploded stars

The Australian National University (ANU) has launched an online virtual tour of its Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility, which is searching for traces of exploded stars,...

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ANU launches virtual tour of lab searching for traces of exploded stars

Award for cultural change as makerspace gets students thinking like a physicist

Dr John Debs from the Physics Education Centre has won a 2017 Australian Award for University Teaching, announced by Minister for Education and Training, Senator...

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Award for cultural change as makerspace gets students thinking like a physicist

ANU to host library of beautiful, useful patterns

ANU is set to host a new virtual library of beautiful intricate patterns, which are unlocking secrets of chemical structures and triggering a revolution...

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ANU to host library of beautiful, useful patterns

CT Lab scans challenge theories of ancient glass making

Scans from the CTLab in RSPE are challenging centuries-old theories on how ancient Roman cameo glass was made and suggest the British Museum's most famous Roman...

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CT Lab scans challenge theories of ancient glass making

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