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The proportion of ‘staph’ infections resistant to antibiotics has increased in Australia since 2000, with most cases now occurring in the community.
A new study led by ANU has mapped priority areas around the world to protect thousands of mammal species.
Three researchers from ANU have been honoured for their contributions to science and health in the ACT Tall Poppy Awards for 2017.
The physics and engineering Makerspace has played a key role in designing and producing the newly unveiled Australian of the Year trophies.
From an early age, Professor Fred Chow wondered how plant science could be used to solve famine.
Dr Aude Fahrer's 'wake-up call' to the immune system could fight many types of cancer.
ANU welcomes the election of three ANU scientists as Fellows to the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.
ANU congratulates Professor Jenny Graves AO, one of Australia’s leading evolutionary geneticists, on winning this year’s Prime Minister’s Prize for Science.
ANU has won more than $5.5 million in funding for projects on major health issues in the latest round of NHMRC grants.
Scientists from ANU have launched a new crowdfunding campaign to help protect the critically endangered swift parrot from sugar gliders.
Scientists from ANU and around the world have detected for the first time gravitational waves from the collision of two stars about 130m light years away.
A new science program for people with intellectual disabilities has delivered great educational, social and economic benefits to students.