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News | 24 Sep 2020
Fire and logging are substantially reducing the number of hollow-bearing trees that threatened and critically endangered Australian mammals can use as homes, a new study from The Australian National University (ANU) warns.
Research story | 21 Sep 2020
Beyond the convenience of skipping supermarket queues, it seems the humble fruit and veggie box can make some people feel, well, happier.
Analysis and opinion | 21 Sep 2020
'Science is political': Scientific American has endorsed Joe Biden over Trump for president. Australia should take note
It’s now more critical than ever that the people who are actually knowledgeable about the world’s crises speak out and represent that knowledge in public.
News | 18 Sep 2020
The Giant Magellan Telescope project has received US$17.5 million from the US National Science Foundation (NSF).
News | 14 Sep 2020
If you missed ANU Virtual Open Week or any of the Science sessions you had wanted to attend, you can watch them here.
News | 8 Sep 2020
We are launching a new citizen science project to create Australia's longest daily weather record, beginning 1838.
News | 4 Sep 2020
The strength of connections, be it human connections within cities, or collaborative networks between cities, has been a key factor in determining how effectively the world's biggest cities have been able to navigate the COVID-19.
News | 3 Sep 2020
The most massive black hole collision ever detected has been directly observed by the LIGO and VIRGO Scientific Collaboration, which includes scientists from ANU.
News | 3 Sep 2020
Australia continues to lAustralia continues to lead the world in the per capita roll out of energy generated by solar and wind, resulting in lower greenhouse gas emissions and falling electricity prices, according to a new analysis fromead the world in the per capita roll out of energy generated by solar and wind, resulting in lower greenhouse gas emissions and falling electricity prices, according to a new analysis from ANU.
Analysis and opinion | 27 Aug 2020
Researchers have collated measurements made by satellites, field sensors and people, to get a picture of the nature's recovery while we've been in lockdown.