ANU alumna Anita Williams reflects on her recent experience as a Field Management Officer in an HIV study in Malawi.
Scientists will take a stand when people lose their sense of judgment on science.
A goddess with curves better than any beauty queen. I call her Sully, our own Miss World.
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.
PhB student, Lachlan Arthur, shares some insights into his first few weeks studying in Switzerland.
Late last year, I spent two months living and working on a scientific research vessel.
I never thought I’d be setting my hands on fire for a university degree.
Having just submitted my PhD thesis, I have arrived at a point of major change in my life as I prepare to embark on my first professional position.
Almost everyone, at some point in their career, suffers from workplace stress. Chris decided to make a change, not just to his working life, but to yours too.
It takes a really good teacher to know that they could be doing more, not only for their students but also for themselves.
ANU alumnus Joseph Vile has volunteered for an environmental organisation in Hanoi.