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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.
Australian scientists have invented a new ultra-thin device that can turn invisible light into the visible and change the colour of light,
An academic at ANU has dated an ancient portrait of Henry VIII using specialised scanning technology and his expertise in annual tree-rings.
Many of us stare in the face of such disaster, and feel helpless. Learning what actually happens during an earthquake could help you feel better prepared.
Outside my office window, two skilled workers complete a hard and dirty job. They’re cutting the felled trunk of a tree into small enough pieces to be thrown in
Several large earthquakes have struck the Indonesian island of Lombok in the past week, with the largest quake killing at least 98 people
The women move to separate rooms where they take off their clothes, put on a hospital gown, and lie there, topless, as hundreds of hands touch their breasts.
Scientists have helped to solve the mystery underlying Jupiter's coloured bands in a new study on the interaction between atmospheres and magnetic fields.
The secure networks, artificial intelligence and new drugs of the future could all find their origins in a crystal, according to research by Dr Rose Ahlefeldt
A hothouse climate could lead to high global average temperatures and long-term sea-level rises.