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The Vietnam Field School is a three-week intensive course that takes students to learn about primary research in Vietnam.
ANU scientists are helping to solve the mystery of the world’s oldest large fossils of strange organisms that lived more than 500 millions years ago.
The Australian National University (ANU) has appointed astronomer Dr Chris Lidman as the first Director of the ANU Siding Spring Observatory.
Meet Karlie Noon, who is studying her Masters of Astronomy and Astrophysics at ANU.
New research involving ANU demonstrated a long-theorised nuclear effect, in a feat that will help scientists understand how stars evolve and produce elements.
A group of ANU chemistry students travelled across the globe to Edinburgh, Scotland for an intensive study tour.
A new international study involving ANU has found a plane of dwarf galaxies orbiting around Centaurus A.
A team of Australian scientists have found a new way to use radio telescopes to peer into deep space.
ANU will play a major role in the Taipan galaxy survey, which will for the first time measure the current expansion rate of the Universe.
Stargazers are in for a once in a 150-year treat this week, with a super red blue Moon illuminating the night sky on January 31.
Distinguished members of the ANU science and health community have been recognised in the 2018 Australia Day Honours for their contribution to Australia.
ANU congratulates distinguished scientist and ANU Professor Graham Farquhar AO for being named the 2018 Senior Australian of the Year.