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Separating fact from fiction in the age of alternate facts is becoming increasingly difficult, and now a new study has helped reveal why.
A loophole in the law could spell disaster for threatened species that rely on bush rock.
When friends, family and colleagues talk about Dr Rob Lesslie, one word keeps coming up: worldview.
Ningaloo Reef is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Australia, but it is also an important research site.
The ANU MakerSpace offers specialised tools and “makers crash-course” training to help its participants create, invent, and learn.
Decision-makers need to be more aware of the role of disturbances in degrading ecosystems.
China’s first space station, Tiangong-1, which is now defunct, is set to crash back to Earth over the coming days.
Dr Brad Tucker from ANU has seen the death throes of a star cocooned inside a dense shell of gas and dust, which ended in a violent explosion.
Students from the ANU Research School of Psychology and China's Southwestern University are engaging in a powerful cross-cultural exchange program.
Canberra's living infrastructure will need to adapt with the city's growing population, writes Professor Peter Kanowski.
Associate Professor Jamie Pittock explains why effective management of the Murray-Darling Basin is essential for Australia’s water future.
The Science Circus is a well-loved Australian institution. But its influence reaches well beyond Australia.