Materials student strikes gold

For her PhD project Wenjie Yang has asked her supervisor for a lot of gold. It's not for bling; she wants to embed it into silicon as part of the quest to make...

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Materials student strikes gold

Myanmar trip an enriching experience for physics academic

An ANU nuclear physics academic is hoping his recent trip to the University of Yangon in Myanmar is just the start of a meaningful collaboration that will see ANU help...

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Myanmar trip an enriching experience for physics academic

Bright Future for Physics Fellows

Two physicists at RSPE have won ARC Future Fellowships, for researching quantum communication for satellites, and nonlinear nanotechnology. Dr Chunle Xiong from...

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Bright Future for Physics Fellows

Meet the man behind LIGO

When Director of LIGO David Reitze visited ANU to give a seminar, he found time to chat about the his wild ride since the discovery of gravitational waves. Hear...

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Meet the man behind LIGO

Third gravitational wave detection offers new insight into black holes

An international team of researchers has made a third detection of gravitational waves, ripples in space and time, in a discovery that provides new insights into...

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Third gravitational wave detection offers new insight into black holes

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

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