Hunter-killer satellite: new weapon in battle against space junk

It may sound futuristic, but researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) and Tohoku University in Japan have found a new way of dealing with space...

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Hunter-killer satellite: new weapon in battle against space junk

Tiny camera lens may help link quantum computers to network

An international team of researchers led by The Australian National University (ANU) has invented a tiny camera lens, which may lead to a device that links quantum...

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Tiny camera lens may help link quantum computers to network

ANU invention could help turbo-charge internet speeds

RSPE scientists have invented a new ultra-thin device that can turn invisible light into the visible and change the colour of light, with the potential to be used...

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ANU invention could help turbo-charge internet speeds

RSPE physicist named ACT Scientist of the Year

The secure networks, artificial intelligence and new drugs of the future could all find their origins in a crystal, according to research by the 2018 ACT Scientist...

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RSPE physicist named ACT Scientist of the Year

ANU Physics Project Market Day

Over 60 ANU physics academics will present posters detailing their research with more than 100 student projects at all levels on offer including:

ANU Physics Project Market Day

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

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