Discovery may help find new ways to innovate with light

The Australian National University (ANU) has contributed to a ground-breaking discovery that promises to help revolutionise the science behind the next generation...

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Discovery may help find new ways to innovate with light

Invention could help to crack down on illegal drug trade

A research team involving The Australian National University (ANU) has invented a system that can detect chemicals in miniscule quantities and could be developed...

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Invention could help to crack down on illegal drug trade

Jointly developed sensors open the door to a wearable medical diagnostic device

Scientists from The ANU Research School of Physics and Engineering and The ANU Research School of Engineering have designed tiny optical sensors that open the door...

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Jointly developed sensors open the door to a wearable medical diagnostic device

New satellites with ANU laser technology launched into space

Scientists from The Australian National University (ANU) have helped design new satellite instruments that are part of a joint NASA and German mission launched into...

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New satellites with ANU laser technology launched into space

Three Minute Thesis - Jacob Ross

In August 2017 several members of the Research School of Physics and Engineering represented the School at the Joint Colleges of Science 3MT final, where they were...

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Three Minute Thesis - Jacob Ross

Three Minute Thesis - Haitao Chen

In August 2017 several members of the Research School of Physics and Engineering represented the School at the Joint Colleges of Science 3MT final, where they were...

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Three Minute Thesis - Haitao Chen

RSPE student wins Melbourne semi-finals of FameLab

An ANU PhD physics student who is studying the impact of disease on the cell walls of plants has won the 2018 FameLab regional semi-finals in Melbourne.

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RSPE student wins Melbourne semi-finals of FameLab

Crystal-clear future for quantum computing

It’s been predicted that by 2040, we will not have the capability to power all of the world’s computers. This is why the effort to build a quantum computer—which...

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Crystal-clear future for quantum computing

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