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

Scientists detect electrons outside of their regular orbits

A research team including The Australian National University (ANU) has detected electrons outside of their regular orbits, a phenomenon that could be harnessed to develop...

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Scientists detect electrons outside of their regular orbits

Three Minute Thesis - Bryce Henson

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 - Bryce Henson

Three Minute Thesis - Yi Zhu

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 - Yi Zhu

Three Minute Thesis - Mitchell deVries

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 - Mitchell deVries

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

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