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Migraine sufferers needlessly enduring agonising pain

Hundreds of thousands of Australians are needlessly enduring days of agony because they don’t know how to prevent migraines, researchers have found.

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Student profile | 20 Aug 2019

Against all odds

Growing up in Delhi, Chandan worked hard to pursue his love of mathematics. His story is a story of hope.

Research story | 19 Aug 2019

How doctors deal with breaking bad news

How can doctors be helped to perform their most dreaded task?

Research story | 16 Aug 2019

Under the ice

What does the latest research predict about the future for Antarctica?

Research story | 15 Aug 2019

Behind the scenes of science

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

News | 15 Aug 2019

Researchers on the cusp of chronic fatigue syndrome diagnosis discovery

ANU researchers reveal that a blood test could diagnose chronic fatigue syndrome.

Janet and Tim

Student blog | 13 Aug 2019

What we learned from meeting 39 Nobel Prize winners

Two ANU physics students, Janet Zhong and Tim Hume, recently joined over 500 young scientists for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany.

Analysis and opinion | 12 Aug 2019

If we want liveable cities in 2060 we'll have to work together to transform urban systems

But what will the liveability of our cities be like in 40 years’ time?

Analysis and opinion | 12 Aug 2019

UN climate change report: land clearing and farming contribute a third of the world's greenhouse gases

We can’t achieve the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement without managing emissions from land use, according to the IPCC.

Dr Tegan Cruwys, ANU Research School of Psychology

Academic profile | 8 Aug 2019

Social connections help young people with depression

Dr Cruwys is currently leading a trial program called Groups 4 Health which is being run in partnership with Australian Rotary Health and Headspace.

Academic profile | 8 Aug 2019

Strengthening relationships between children and their kinship and foster parents

Dr Dave Pasalich wants to help the nearly 48,000 Australian children living in out-of-home care.