Dr Lauren Du Fall’s career path has been filled with surprises—most of all for herself.
If you want to be the best at what you do, you’re going to have to learn from the best. In the world.
When graduating from ANU last year, Harriet Farlow wasn’t faced with the job hunting stress of most of her classmates.
A science PhB graduate who has just completed Honours at the Research School of Physics and Engineering (RSPE) has won the prestigious Tillyard Prize for 2016.
Natalie Rimlinger has been having nightmares about Brian Schmidt.
Danielle Dries, a Kaurna woman from South Australia wants to close the gap on health and life expectancy between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
Ben Gill has always been curious, wanted to understand how things work, and find ways to make improvements. He also wanted to make his mark on the University.
Bachelor of Science (Advanced) (Honours) student Damon Binder will follow in the footsteps of Stephen Hawking when he studies his PhD at Cambridge University.
A medical science graduate has been awarded a scholarship to continue his research into the genetic causes of autoimmune disease.
This is the day you fall in love:
There are some experiences you can only get in Canberra.
Meet Lee Constable who, just a year after graduating, has a job that combines knowledge and creativity.