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New research involving biologists from The Australian National University (ANU) shows that some birds are just as skilled as humans at eavesdropping.
Research from ANU has found people with high levels of psychopathic traits have difficulty telling when someone is genuinely afraid or upset.
A study involving researchers from ANU has found that platelets can attack and kill malaria parasites
ANU will offer businesses nationally access to its space-flight testing facilities, thanks to $250,000 from the ACT Government.
ANU has found agreements to protect the critically endangered Swift Parrot in Tasmania have been broken leaving the species at high risk of extinction.
The study completely rewrites the history of this period of rapid sea-level drops and corresponding increases in ice volumes globally.
Researchers from ANU have been nominated as finalists for five Eureka Prizes in 2018 – the most nominations the University has received since the awards began
In the Jane Austen-themed board game Dr Katharine Turner has designed, the aim is to fill your dinner party table.
A research team from ANU has designed and made a molecule derived from a human protein that kills the parasite which causes malaria.
The ANU Centre for Mental Health Research has developed a new PhD pathway tailored to senior executives in the mental health sector.
Australia will be treated to a total lunar eclipse this weekend when people will see a Blood Moon, as the Earth passes between the Sun and Moon.
CRISPR gene editing technology is revolutionising medicine and biology. This technique allows scientists to edit DNA with more precision and greater ease