A protective coating developed by ANU engineers could eventually be used to waterproof mobile phones, prevent ice from forming on aeroplanes or protect boat hulls from corroding.
» read more
Engineers at ANU have developed a tiny sensor device that enables people to detect disease by measuring markers in their breath.
ANU engineer, Dr Matt Doolan, recently provided training to assist the CSIRO and Energy Networks Australia develop an Electricity Network Transformation Roadmap.
ANU engineers have built an advanced microscope which can film blood cells and firing neurons within living animals in real-time.
Partnership will see University’s breakthrough spatial audio research applied to Sony’s future products and services
As Australia’s National University, sharing our intellectual knowledge and technical expertise is the greatest service we can provide you.
Our researchers are continually developing new innovations, many of which are available for licensing by industry for further research and development.
ANU is a research-intensive university and our research priorities reflect the challenges facing the world today.
Consider strengthening or upskilling your organisation or team’s knowledge and abilities through an ANU customised training program.
Our breakthrough research is making significant contributions to a vibrant world economy and safer global community.
Speak to us about engagement opportunities.
Updated: 8 September 2015/Responsible Officer: Head of School/Page Contact: CECS Marketing
+61 2 6125 5111
The Australian National University, Canberra
CRICOS Provider : 00120C
ABN : 52 234 063 906