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The Australian National University (ANU) has announced significant changes to the way it will admit undergraduate Australian students to its courses from 2020.
The name of an illness can affect the level of care a person receives.
About once a week, I’m the one to gently explain that the star name bought to honour someone's memory is not officially recognised.
Citizen scientists in every state and territory have helped ANU smash its own stargazing Guinness World Records title
Dr Brad Tucker from ANU has congratulated everyone who participated in the attempt to break the University's stargazing Guinness World Records title
ANU scientists have helped design new satellite instruments that are part of a mission launched into space today to study changes in water levels on Earth.
The phrase “sold out stadium shows” is not often synonymous with science. Unless of course you are Professor Brian Cox.
ANU invites citizen scientists to join the University's search for exploding stars called supernovae, which help astronomers to measure the Universe.
While urbanisation presents a number of opportunities, it also poses a number of complex challenges.
ANU have found the fastest-growing black hole known in the Universe, describing it as a monster that devours a mass equivalent to our sun every two days.
Brody Hannan is a fourth-year Bachelor of Science student. Here he shares some of his tips for making the most of the opportunities available at ANU.
A study led by ANU has shed new light on the mystery of how our solar system formed in a cloud of gas and dust in space billions of years ago.