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From liquid nitrogen ice cream to solar observing, ANU Open Day 2018 had it all. Check out this video for a glimpse into our biggest day of the year!
A research project in Australia and Sweden is trying to understand how bogong moths perform incredible feats of navigation.
Where do you start if you're trying to invent an engaging method to visualise climate change data?
Professor Susanne von Caemmerer has devoted her career to plant science and won worldwide recognition for her research.
Ningaloo Reef might be famous for its whale sharks and stunning seascape but for ANU researchers, the real star of the show is seaweed.
Australians generally trust scientists and the work they're doing, according to a new survey by researchers at The Australian National University.
They say leaders are born not made, but it seems the opposite is true for queen bees, according to a new study by researchers from ANU
It’s been a year since ripples from a colliding pair of dead stars tickled the gravitational wave detectors of the Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo facilities.
The National Energy Guarantee appears to promise the certainty that experts have desperately sought for. But beware: there is a renewable energy train coming.
Research from the ANU Medical School has found doctors are using children in refugee families as interpreters for their parents.
Age-related decline, can occur subtly and slowly for some individuals, while for others it happens much faster. A researcher from ANU is trying to find out why.
A scientist at ANU is developing a new just-add-water diagnostic kit for use in remote communities to detect malaria and other diseases.