PhysicsANU

PhysicsANU

@PhysicsANU

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The largest physics-based research and teaching organization in Australia. Great people doing exciting science.

Canberra Australia
Joined on May 25, 2012
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @PhysicsANU and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
3 days
Average replies
1
Average retweets
3
Average likes
9
Tweets with photos
25 / 100
Tweets with videos
10 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

124. in country Australia and category Education

588. in country Australia and category Society

The calculations show actual fragments of the colliding nuclei swapping around. https://t.co/gQWOTjk5EE

The calculations show actual fragments of the colliding nuclei swapping around. https://t.co/gQWOTjk5EE

Zeptoseconds: The remarkable speed of nuclear reactions https://t.co/DB39eDnsx2

CGA@ANU
12 days ago

Black hole swallows much smaller mysterious object, either lightest black hole or heaviest neutron star ever detected! https://t.co/jcNtgb6xhL @ARC_OzGRav @scienceANU @PhysicsANU https://t.co/NJxXx3hhmU

For the past 2 weeks @ourANU @PhysicsANU alumnus Dr Bianca Haberl has been super busy running the National School on Neutron and X-Ray Scattering as one of the Scientific Directors for @ORNL 👏👏 #kickinggoals #womenSTEM #ProudSupervisor https://t.co/nMvD1ysatC

"This object falls within that mass gap, making it either the heaviest neutron star or the lightest black hole ever discovered," says @ozgravityguru of @PhysicsANU https://t.co/Ywbpbu33Fz

Physics develop a surprising way to control bacterial growth in liquids - use ripples.

https://t.co/g10yLy32BR @ourANU @ANUmedia @scienceANU https://t.co/LAz74jluz5

Physics develop a surprising way to control bacterial growth in liquids - use ripples. https://t.co/g10yLy32BR @ourANU @ANUmedia @scienceANU https://t.co/LAz74jluz5

Quoted @Science_Academy

"Unless our understanding of physics is wrong, quantum encryption is absolutely unbreakable." Prof Ping Koy Lam FAA improves information and communications technology through research in quantum optics. #FellowsAA @scienceANU @ANUmedia https://t.co/tU483jXXGN

"Unless our understanding of physics is wrong, quantum encryption is absolutely unbreakable."

Prof Ping Koy Lam FAA improves information and communications technology through research in quantum optics. #FellowsAA @scienceANU @ANUmedia https://t.co/tU483jXXGN

Congratulations to @PhysicsANU Quantum star Prof Ping Koy Lam 👇👏 https://t.co/9xaIBHfkGw

CGA@ANU
a month ago

“Bursts, Jets and Waves: Probing the Universe with Gravitational Waves and Light.” Join OzGrav's YouTube channel on Thursday 4th June @ 1pm AEST (GMT+10) for an exciting talk by @ARC_OzGRav @PhysicsANU @scienceANU

We owe some of our success to our Quantum-themed ARC Centre of Excellence partners: @QuantumC2T @FLEETCentre @ARC_EQUS @ARC_OzGRav (and there's also TMOS and Dark Matter Particle Physics!)

Explore the breadth and depth of our quantum research, education and commercialisation here: https://t.co/vLbC02dBPR

Proud to be featured so prominently in the @CSIRO Growing Australia's Quantum Technology Industry report - it's an exciting time https://t.co/4lOvge2GDM

Here is our response to CSIRO's 2020 Quantum Technology Roadmap. We are so excited to work alongside CSIRO, Pawsey, ANU and other Australian leading institutions to grow Australia's Quantum Industry. https://t.co/lfE9WFyP35

Researchers have adapted a miniature rocket, called the Pocket Rocket, to replicate the conditions of distant planets’ atmospheres. (When they fire, Pocket Rockets create plasma!), via @philuponscience @ANUmedia https://t.co/FHKGeaHUeZ

Travel is taxing enough without the added stress of a global pandemic. Though Aussie researchers can't quite fix travel bans, they have developed a solution to shorter airport queues. @PhysicsANU @scienceANU https://t.co/39vTESdKRO

As our populations grow cities are under increasing pressure. We want cleaner, greener and more efficient. 🍃🏢 So what are the new technologies shaping our urban future? Join physicist @NirajNLal on #ABCCatalyst at Tuesday 8.30pm. https://t.co/tKaaNM9RCu

Quoted @NirajNLal

So... this isn't the Oscars, but I'd still like to thank all of the #scicomm organisations that taught me along the way. @PhysicsANU, @ScitechWA, @PhysicsOutreach, @FameLab, @Scienceinpublic, @Questacon, @ANU_CPAS, @auscicomm, @ABCscience, #ABCtop5 https://t.co/6C9rmcbsCs

Our pleasure @NirajNLal 👏👏 Keep on keeping great! https://t.co/7e1OSoLX3i

Congratulations to @PhysicsANU Graduate @_marika_n who is on her way to study as a @Gates_Cambridge scholar!

She plans to use nanotech to transform healthcare:
"I’ve always thought ‘How could I play a role in improving the lives of a lot of people?’": https://t.co/osWHz67CBr https://t.co/qu078YHRCQ

Congratulations to @PhysicsANU Graduate @_marika_n who is on her way to study as a @Gates_Cambridge scholar! She plans to use nanotech to transform healthcare: "I’ve always thought ‘How could I play a role in improving the lives of a lot of people?’": https://t.co/osWHz67CBr https://t.co/qu078YHRCQ

The key to a new generation of safe, high resolution scanners - a golden bowtie! Great work from our EME department including @NanoJagadish @OxfordPhysics  @scienceANU
https://t.co/fujiVsK1tT https://t.co/Opzf0Gz6r8

The key to a new generation of safe, high resolution scanners - a golden bowtie! Great work from our EME department including @NanoJagadish @OxfordPhysics @scienceANU https://t.co/fujiVsK1tT https://t.co/Opzf0Gz6r8

A tiny plasma thruster for a miniature satellite is helping to explore distant planets - but not in the way you might expect... https://t.co/h8qPDuZy26
@ourANU @scienceANU https://t.co/J1nXKVLIeh
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A tiny plasma thruster for a miniature satellite is helping to explore distant planets - but not in the way you might expect... https://t.co/h8qPDuZy26 @ourANU @scienceANU https://t.co/J1nXKVLIeh

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