Loong Wang's first two tech companies were valued at nearly $2 billion when they were sold. He has founded two more since his 2021 pivot to bio-medical technology.
Loong Wang might be mistaken for a graduate student with his casual dress and youthful charm.
Dr Fiona Beck (right) said during her first panel at COP28 that Australia is uniquely suited to lead, not just ride a mounting wave of renewable energy entrepreneurship.
Dr Fiona Beck and fellow academics from the Australian National University (ANU) are delivering an important message in Dubai this week at COP28 — the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as the Conference of the Par
A map to guide the Australian Capital Territory (ACT)’s transition to an all-electric economy will be developed by experts at The Australian National University (ANU).
Dr Kerry Schott AO and Dr Marnie Shaw field questions at the second ANU Future of Neighbourhood Batteries Conference on 29 November 2023. Dr Shaw remarked that the conference had double the number of attendees from last year.
Leaders in the field of renewable energy travelled from across Australia to the Australian National University (ANU) to share the latest developments in neighbourhood battery research and progress updates on government-funded trials at t
Indigenous engineers, practitioners and researchers gathered with friends and allies at the Australian National University (ANU) on 23 November to celebrate the launch of the Bandalang St
Andrea Do decided to go back to school for a Master of Computing after encountering bioinformatics as a medical researcher.
Andrea Do was working as a medical researcher when she first encountered machine learning.
Dr Bernardo Pereira Nunes tests out a new neon sign for the original ANU Escape Room, designed for teaching computer science. A $65,000 teaching grant will facilitate the creation of escape rooms for other domains across campus.
Get your thinking caps on. The Escape Room is expanding.
Dr Elizabeth T. Williams has been hired to stand up a Nuclear Systems major at the ANU College of Engineering, Computing & Cybernetics, which kicks off in semester 1, 2024.
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and US President Joe Biden recently announced a partnership between the Australian National University (ANU) and the Los Alamos National Laboratory to “strengthen cooperation in nuclear phys
Dr Doudou Zhang and her team at the School of Engineering are deploying machine learning (ML) simulations to identify the most effective fabrication and chemical makeup of a new generation of catalysts for green hydrogen production.
Researchers at the College of Engineering, Computing & Cybernetics (CECC) have enlisted artificial intelligence (AI) to conduct simulated experiments that optimise the catalytic reaction that generates green hydrogen.