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A climate policy expert at The Australian National University (ANU) says the world would be better off if the US withdraws from the global climate agreement
A team of international astrophysicists led by The Australian National University (ANU) has shown how most of the antimatter in the Milky Way forms.
Science communicators from eight African countries created a pop-up interactive science exhibition on Monday 22 May.
Professor Ted Maddess has developed new technology which could revolutionise the diagnosis and management of the most common blinding diseases.
ANU welcomes the ACT Government’s announcement of a new research partnership involving ANU and the private sector to help bring autonomous vehicles to the ACT.
A third of Australian children aged 11-13 years say their fathers work too much, a new study led by ANU has found.
An ANU physicist has been enlisted into an international network of scientists working to build a sustainable future with fusion energy.
ANU is inviting everyone with an interest in astronomy to join a search that the University is leading for exploding stars called supernovae.
How do doctors, public health departments and governments know which disease to help prevent next? And how do they know which people to target?
Scientists have discovered a way to solve a problem that has baffled humans for so long it is in the Bible
Dr Nathalie Dehorter is finding ways to fix neuronal impairment, a common problem in development disorders like Parkinson's Disease and autism.
ANU has welcomed the announcement in the federal Budget that the Australian astronomy community will gain access to telescopes in Chile