ASKAP helps us see more of our intergalactic neighbour
29 Nov 2018 - Our new ASKAP telescope has given us the most detailed radio image yet of our closest neighbour, the dwarf galaxy known as the Small Magallenic Cloud.
Graham Farquhar wins ACT Senior Australian of the Year Award
7 Nov 2017 - Distinguished scientist and ANU Professor Graham Farquhar AO has won the ACT Senior Australian of the Year award.
Evaluation of novel hybrid membranes
2 Nov 2017 - Academics from Japan and Australia have assessed the effectiveness of novel hybrid materials known as mixed matrix membranes, to capture carbon dioxide and mitigate against global warming.
Renewable hydrogen could fuel Australia’s next export boom after CSIRO breakthrough
11 May 2017 - Australia's next big export industry could be its sunlight and wind, as game-changing technology makes it easier to transport and deliver their energy as hydrogen.
CSIRO on brink of breakthrough in enabling hydrogen fuel cell supplies
4 May 2017 - CSIRO is developing technology to export Australia’s supply of gas and renewable energy in a form that can power next generation hydrogen fuel cell transport.
Membrane to fill gap in hydrogen export market
3 May 2017 - CSIRO research will fill a gap in the global energy technology chain to supply fuel cell vehicles with low-emissions hydrogen sourced from Australia.
The Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder finally hits the big-data highway
17 Jan 2017 - You know how long it takes to pack the car to go on holidays. But there’s a moment when you’re all in, everyone has their seatbelt on, you pull out of the drive and you’re off.
Melbourne’s 3D jet engine technology flies into production in France
8 Nov 2016 - The Monash University-led team who printed a jet engine last year have enabled a new venture for manufacturing aerospace components in France.
Girish Revadigar has been awarded the prestigious fellowship from Science and Industry Endowment Fund (SIEF) and Australian Academy of Science (AAS)
12 Oct 2016 - Congratulations to Girish Revadigar, PhD student at the School of Computer Science and Engineering, for being awarded the prestigious fellowship jointly offered by SIEF and AAS.
Scientists probe nanoscale lead reservoirs to date geological events
5 Sep 2016 - A joint research project using the new Geoscience Atom Probe Facility at the WA School of Mines, Curtin University has examined lead loss in zircons to determine the timing of different geological events stored in defects within the mineral.