Ellen Broad is a Senior Fellow at the Autonomy, Agency and Assurance Institute (3Ai). She joined 3Ai in mid-October 2019, and watched the Master students demonstrate their cyber-physical systems during her first week at the Institute.
Author, professor, ambassador and former member of President Barack Obama’s cabinet Samantha Power visited ANU. Jo White reports.
As Tsai Ing-wen begins her second term following a landslide victory in Taiwan’s January 2020 presidential election, the chances of a major security crisis over this longstanding Asian flashpoint are growing.
Few more important questions face the Australian nation than the relationship between the modern Australian state and the First Nations and Peoples of the place we all call home. Indeed, for many there is no more important question.
The devastating summer bushfires have led to intense reflection about their many impacts. ANU Reporter asked some of our academics for their perspectives on how the fires will affect our present and our future.
The Hon Julie Bishop took up the reins as Chancellor at the University in January. Jo White reports about the new Chancellor and her plans for the University.
Rose Schmedding and Maria Shumusti talk to ANU researchers to explore their insights into the virus and its impacts.
Whether terms of endearment or derision, the floodgates have opened on the many monikers we bestow upon our cities and towns, Amanda Laugesen, BA (Hons) ’97, PhD ’01 writes.
Dr Brian Wimborne PhD ’92, reflects on the life, sporting prowess and musical works of wartime hero Fredrick Septimus Kelly.
ANU Drill Hall Gallery is featuring the works of an artist who approaches his work with a zealous eye for truth.
The ANU School of Art and Design’s biggest show of the year includes explorations of cultural modernity, Evana Ho reports.
ANU researchers are making far- reaching changes to sanitation and health in Indonesian communities, Liz Drummond reports.
ANU will establish a new centre that brings physicists and astronomers together to explore the Universe’s secrets hidden in its darkest depths. Will Wright reports.
Afnan Hannan, BEng, BEc ’14, is working to democratise access to energy in South-East Asia through his start-up social enterprise Okra Solar. Ellen Parsons writes.
Japan’s Professor Junichiro Kawaguchi is bringing an element of scientific stardom to ANU. Ellen Parsons writes.
We feature two articles in this edition that can both be encapsulated in photographer Lannon Harley’s image of Chancellor Gareth Evans delivering Victoria Fynn Bruey her PhD in July.
There may be no single reason for one of the planet’s most famous exits, Evana Ho reports.
Scientists have cracked a key step in nature’s water- splitting recipe, which powers all plant life on Earth and may be harnessed to make a limitless supply of cheap renewable fuel. Will Wright reports.
ANU Press Music will be streaming new creative works by esteemed musicians from early 2020. Julia Boyd, BVArt (Hons) ’09, reports.
ANU history students journeyed through the battlefields of World War I to better understand how they inform the Australian identity. Alessandra Kelly writes.
Students taking part in a new ANU Research School of Biology program have enjoyed an eye-opening experience in the Top End, learning about Indigenous culture, Aboriginal knowledge of biodiversity and the success of traditional land management, Madeleine Symon reports.