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  • Tiny wearable sensors may soon track our health in real time

    Australian scientists have designed tiny optical sensors that they say open the door to developing a wearable device that enables doctors to medically diagnose a person’s health in real time.

    Written by Byron Connolly07 June 18 12:26
  • Australian quantum cyber security firm wins global award

    QuintessenceLabs, built out of Australian National University, has been internationally recognised as a leader in quantum cyber security by winning a global Security Innovation Network (SINET) award.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett24 Nov. 15 16:51
  • New hard drive to teleport quantum states for 6 hours

    Physicists at the Australian National University and University of Otago have developed a prototype hard drive that can store gigabytes of quantum data for six hours, making it easier to send the data across the globe.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett12 Jan. 15 11:10
  • The future of computing

    Much research is being done in Australia and around the world to unlock the massive computing potential of quantum and nano systems. But which technology is most likely to power highly complex machines of the future?

    Written by Byron Connolly10 April 14 09:14
  • Australian National University adds augmented reality to mobile app

    Providing university students with access to useful mobile apps is certainly a good way to enhance their learning experience. The Australian National University (ANU) recently took this one step further by adding augmented reality technology to its iANU mobile application.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett06 June 13 13:48
  • ANU awarded research grant for Skymapper telescope

    The Australian National University (ANU) has been awarded a $390,000 research grant for its Southern Sky Survey of stars and galaxies in the southern hemisphere, scheduled to start in the next couple of months.

    Written by Chloe Herrick04 Nov. 11 12:38
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