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It might look like they’re playing with fire, but these ANU students are participating in cutting-edge research on bushfires.
The Australian National University (ANU) and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade are helping make science more exciting and accessible across Africa.
A goddess with curves better than any beauty queen. I call her Sully, our own Miss World.
A symposium of energy experts has called for a national discussion on nuclear options, including mining, power generation and waste storage
A new study on UHT milk is helping scientists to better understand Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and type 2 diabetes
The first satellites built in Australia in the past 15 years have been launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida
We were delighted to see alumni & friends at the recent ANU Science Public Lecture and Dinner at the Australian Embassy in Jakarta.
I wouldn’t change my exchange experience for the world. Over the past month I have started a new project using cryo-electron microscopy.
Like most graduates, Ellen Miech was worried about finding a job after she finished her degree. Turns out she needn’t have been.
Images from the ANU Science Alumni and Friends Reception at Mt Stromlo.
A study into the health of Indigenous children has found programs and policies to promote healthy weight should target children as young as three.
We don't yet know what could happen to these cute little amphibians should temperatures continue to climb, and they in turn run out of mountainside to...