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“It’s absolutely shocking to dive on a reef that you know well, and see it turn white in the space of a week.It’s the scariest thing I’ve ever seen in my life...
Who ‘does’ science? That’s the question ANU alumna Sian Keys is posing, in an effort to prove ability is no barrier when it comes to science.
This is not the easiest work to explain to your family: you spend your days watching beetle sex tapes.
The discovery of brain-like activity in the immune system by ANU promises better treatments for lymphoma, autoimmune diseases and immunodeficiency disorders.
ANU Professor Carola Vinuesa has received two prestigious awards from the National Health and Medical Research Council.
Australia has signed an agreement with the European Southern Observatory (ESO) to give Australian astronomers access to ESO telescopes in Chile.
It was while looking down a microscope that Minette Salmon made a huge breakthrough.
A study led by ANU has found thousands of cases of type 2 diabetes could be prevented every year in Thailand if people stopped drinking sugary drinks every day.
Researchers say health experts and climate forecasters should work more closely together ahead of extreme weather events, to prevent the spread of infection.
Scientists at ANU have designed a new nano material, opening the door to technology that protects astronauts in space from harmful radiation.
I know a guy who is really good at his job. His job—or maybe it’s more like his life’s mission—is to never pay for food.
When I was growing up, it was difficult for me to choose a study path that wasn’t defined by my parents.