Multi-disciplinary collaboration builds a brain on a chip

ANU researchers have developed a suitable material to allow brain cells to grow and form predictable circuits, which could lead to the development of prosthetics...

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Multi-disciplinary collaboration builds a brain on a chip

Prestigious fellowship to solve burning issues in fusion energy.

An Australian physicist has been enlisted into an international network of scientists working to build a sustainable future with fusion energy. Associate Professor...

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Prestigious fellowship to solve burning issues in fusion energy.

Scientists find a way to pack grains and drugs most efficiently

Scientists have discovered a way to solve a problem that has baffled humans for so long it is mentioned in the Bible: achieving the most efficient packing of objects...

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Scientists find a way to pack grains and drugs most efficiently

Final Australian plasma in H1

ANU is poised to provide China with its first Stellarator device, which enables experimental research on magnetically confined plasma that is vital for developing...

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Final Australian plasma in H1

Australian-built satellites launched into space

The first satellites built in Australia in the past 15 years have been launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida to the International Space Station, where they will...

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Australian-built satellites launched into space

RSPE to work with Chinese scientists on fusion energy

The ANU Research School of Physics and Engineering will work with the University of South China (USC) on fusion energy research, with the prospect of Australia providing...

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RSPE to work with Chinese scientists on fusion energy

Developing leaders against the backdrop of Antarctica

The trip of a lifetime will be just one part of an inspiring journey for Professor Susan Scott, as she takes part in the Homeward Bound, an international leadership,...

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Developing leaders against the backdrop of Antarctica

Physicists design a device inspired by sonic screwdriver

Physicists have designed a handheld device inspired by the sonic screwdriver in Doctor Who and the tricorder in Star Trek that...

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Physicists design a device inspired by sonic screwdriver

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