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Astronomers from ANU, other Australian institutions and Europe have mapped the chemical profiles of 350,000 stars in the Milky Way.
The ANU is partnering with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) to attempt to break a stargazing Guinness World Records.
The Australian National University (ANU) is taking a lead role in preparing the next international climate assessment.
Separating fact from fiction in the age of alternate facts is becoming increasingly difficult, and now a new study has helped reveal why.
China’s first space station, Tiangong-1, which is now defunct, is set to crash back to Earth over the coming days.
Dr Brad Tucker from ANU has seen the death throes of a star cocooned inside a dense shell of gas and dust, which ended in a violent explosion.
Research led by ANU has improved understanding of how ocean basins are created as new seafloor is generated along tectonic plate boundaries.
A research team has detected electrons outside of their regular orbits, a phenomenon that could be harnessed to develop next-generation electronics.
Scientists at ANU are helping to improve understanding of how rocks in Earth’s hot, deep interior enable the motions of tectonic plates.
A team of astronomers involving ANU has discovered that a mysterious gamma-ray signal from the centre of the Milky Way come from 10 billion-year-old stars.
A new study from ANU has challenged the notion that some nations’ citizens are happier than others.
An environment expert at ANU has warned city councils to address climate change, in the absence of an evidence-based systems approach, can have consequences.