Find out about the latest news, announcements and stories about science at ANU.
In 2015, the World Health Organization put out a call to action on antibiotic resistance, so Dr Lara Malins got to work.
Every January, when ANU empties of uni students, Australia’s brightest young mathematicians arrive.
If you want to learn about geological hazards, the best classroom you can have is an active tectonic plate boundary.
Researchers at ANU have been conducting a long-term study at Booderee National Park to capture critical data on how bushfires impact ecosystems.
ANU is mourning the death of Emeritus Professor David Curtis, a distinguished medical scientist and former Director of The JCSMR.
ANU Researchers have lead Daramalan College science students to victory.
This course takes students to Japan, where they learn about geological hazards and the latest science on how to reduce risk.
Here are 12 Christmas gifts from our scientists: The highlights from ANU Science, Environment, Health and Medicine in 2017. See you next year!
ANU has won five coveted 2017 Australian Awards for University Teaching, announced by Minister for Education and Training, Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham.
David Kainer's PhD research at ANU has landed him a postdoctoral position at the largest science and energy laboratory within the US Department of Energy.
The 2017 Field Studies in Functional Ecology field trip was held in the Daintree Rainforest.
Indigenous school students with a passion for science are at ANU this week for the National Indigenous Science and Engineering Summer School.