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Despite being the most abundant protein in the world, we are still getting to the roots of how Rubisco, the protein at the heart of photosynthesis, works.
Meet Dr Kai Chan, the 2017 ACT Young Scientist of the Year.
A poll has found 90 per cent of Australians think science has made life easier, but many also worry that new technologies have changed our way of life too fast.
Members of the ACT Government were on hand when the ANU Medical School awarded its 2017 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander scholarships.
Scientists from ANU have helped to solve the mystery of what causes exploding stars, which are used to measure the accelerating expansion of the Universe.
Research led by ANU has solved the mystery of how the first animals appeared on Earth, a pivotal moment for the planet without which humans would not exist.
A new study from ANU on a 400 million year old fish fossil has found a jaw structure that is part of the evolutionary lineage linked to humans.
It takes a couple of minutes to get from Mars to Earth. Assuming you stick to the speed limit.
In the ANU Fenner School, where economists work alongside ecologists, and hydrologists alongside historians, researchers transform their fieldwork into policy...
Read about the Warramunga Seismic and Infrasound Research Station of the ANU Research School of Earth Sciences.
Dr Kai Chan from the ANU Research School of Biology has been named 2017 ACT Scientist of the Year.
In her new book, A Changing Climate for Science, Dr Lewis argues that scientists have strict responsibilities to be transparent and engage the general public.