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CPAS staff and students descended en masse to Dunedin, New Zealand, for the Public Communication of Science and Technology network’s biannnual conference.
Scientists from ANU have designed tiny optical sensors that allows doctors to medically diagnose people's health in real time.
A study led by ANU has discovered how a mother knows her chicks and can spot an imposter in her nest, even if it looks almost identical to her chicks.
Education and research are some of the biggest contributors to the ACT economy and the ACT Government has recognised this in its 2018-19 Budget.
Sarah Richards' vibrant paintings are a warm welcome to students, staff and visitors in the Peter Baume Building.
When it comes to successful studying we believe it’s all about the location, so we asked Science at ANU students for their favourite study spots in Canberra.
Distinguished Australian plant scientist Professor Rana Munns was awarded the 2018 Ralph Slatyer Medal for outstanding biological research
The Australian National University (ANU) has announced significant changes to the way it will admit undergraduate Australian students to its courses from 2020.
The name of an illness can affect the level of care a person receives.
About once a week, I’m the one to gently explain that the star name bought to honour someone's memory is not officially recognised.
Citizen scientists in every state and territory have helped ANU smash its own stargazing Guinness World Records title
Dr Brad Tucker from ANU has congratulated everyone who participated in the attempt to break the University's stargazing Guinness World Records title