Elsie Percival

Articles

Molly Folkard amongst ferns at the Botanic Gardens.

Student profile

Waste not, want not: Solving Australia's food waste problem

As part of an internship at ANU, Molly Folkard has just made an important contribution to Australia’s food waste waste strategy – while still an undergraduate.

Student profile

Your local alchemist

Flexible double-degree student, Sasha Whittle, combines chemistry and art to make extraordinary things.

Dhani Gilbert

Student profile

‘I realised I had a voice that adds value’: climate activist on her way to ANU

At the age of 18 Dhani Gilbert has a powerful voice, now she is headed to ANU to pursue ecology and science communication.

Bobby Sun on One Tree Island

Student profile

What do you do if you love marine science - but can’t swim?

Bobby Sun loves the ocean and is about to graduate with a Bachelor of Science (Advanced) (Honours), specialising in marine science. And yet, she can't swim.

Artist Ngaio Fitzpatrick with her glass artwork

Research story

Requiem for a reef

Atop Mt Stromlo, under a full moon, researchers, musicians and a glass artist met to draw attention to the impacts of climate change on coral reef ecosystems.

Brooke Roy, an apprentice at the Earth Sciences Engineering Workshop.

Research story

Fitting and turning for world-class research

Where does an ANU researcher go when they need to get a meteorite cut?

Research story

Behind the scenes of science

The unsung heroes of science: meet the people who make our research possible.

Career story

Finding her way to care for Country

Kristi Lee, a Githabul Bundjalung woman and ANU graduate, has received the ‘Caring for Country’ award at the 2019 ACT NAIDOC Awards.

Student profile

Between Canberra and Country: the gap year that took ten years

Hmalan’s connection to Country made her flee ANU, but also led her back ten years later.