Glider poking head from tree hollow

Where's all the hype for the greater glider?

This incredible fluff-ball will steal your heart.

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Close up of blue peg board holding tools such as pliers and tape.

Take a look inside the ANU MakerSpace

Your creativity is the limit at ANU MakerSpace. Take a look at the resources available for people to experiment, investigate, prototype and solve problems. 

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A male superb fairy-wren in the grass

Under her wing

Helen Osmond's spent thirty years observing the secret lives of superb fairy wrens

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Research

A woman with computer server

Dr Adele Morrison is a globally recognised climate scientist, but she wasn’t always confident she’d find her place in the science community.

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Research areas

Research projects

This repository shows a sample of science, health and medicine research at ANU. Visit our research school websites for more detail.

Huntsman spider
Mon, 28 Nov 2022

While most spiders are creatures of solitude, a study involving researchers from ANU has found some species have become more gregarious.  

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Houses on a flooded street
Thu, 24 Nov 2022

Climate change is driving a worldwide increase in extreme events. The latest State of the Climate report confirms the risks of disasters are rising in Australia.

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bricks
Wed, 23 Nov 2022

On November 21 2022 an earthquake near the Indonesian city of Cianjur in West Java caused at least 268 deaths and damaged 22,000 buildings. This event should serve as a wake-up call to improve building practices in Indonesia, because we know it’s not a question of if but when.

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Echidna on a path
Sun, Dec 4 2022, 11pm

The 2022 Fenner School Photography Competition is open for those who have been involved with the Fenner School in 2022.

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FREW Fellowship lecture
Wed, Dec 7 2022, 5:30pm

This public lecture by Frew Fellow and Nobel Laureate, Dr Donna Strickland will discuss 'Generating high-intensity, ultrashort optical pulses'.

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Clouds and sunshine
Mon, Feb 6 2023, 3pm

ANU Climate Update 2023 will present an overview of how our climate is changing and how we are responding to these changes in Australia and around the world.

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