Tabitha Carvan

Articles

Student profile

Dawn of a new era for PhD grad – now featuring twice as many suns

Rajika Kuruwita is an astronomer. Her PhD is on a subject which very much exists IRL but is actually best known from fiction, so that’s where she always starts.

Analysis and opinion

How do we go on?

Scientists can teach us how to exist in the face of existential dread.

Academic profile

On balance: gender equality in science, health and medicine

To celebrate #BalanceforBetter, the theme of this year’s International Women’s Day, we ask researchers to reflect on gender equality in their research schools.

Career story

Can this man convince you to completely change what you want to do with your life?

If you were capable of doing a job which could help more people than any other job in the world, why wouldn’t you do it?

Career story

Oh forestry, oh forestry: An un-fir-gettable ANU love story

Meet the Fenner School alumni who are now running Tasmania's first Christmas tree farm.

Impact story (giving)

Bachor Undergraduate Science Scholarship opens opportunities

When Hans-Albert and Connie Bachor arrived in Australia from Germany in 1981, they found themselves in unfamiliar territory.

Research story

The need for weed

Ningaloo Reef might be famous for its whale sharks and stunning seascape but for ANU researchers, the real star of the show is seaweed.

Academic profile

Taking a seat at the topological table

In the Jane Austen-themed board game Dr Katharine Turner has designed, the aim is to fill your dinner party table.

Research story

The mother of all childcare problems: fathers aren’t taking parental leave

Dr Liana Leech wants to start conversations about parental leave.

Academic profile

Back in black: Why does the newest building on campus have old-school blackboards?

The humble blackboard is still the board of choice when it comes to crafting equations.

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