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Researchers have found a potential new avenue to one day stop potentially harmful bacterial infections by switching off the bacteria's ability to...
Researchers have used the teeth of Neanderthal children from 250,000 years ago to reconstruct the ancient climate of southeast France
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has promised to hold a royal commission into mental health if Labor wins the November state election. Last week’s announcement
Professor Xuemei Bai has been awarded this year’s Volvo Environment Prize for her pioneering work on urbanisation, and urban system sustainability.
In August, Fenner School of Environment and Society students travelled to Mexico to attend the 46th annual International Forestry Students' Symposium (...
My research involves trying to find the secret to propagating them – something we still don’t fully understand.
ANU has launched its new innovation institute, InSpace, which will bring together technology, science and law research to advance Australia's space...
Scientists have invented tiny diamond electronic parts that could outperform and be more durable than today's devices in high-radiation environments
Our experience of death obviously shapes the final moments of our own life. It also shapes the experience and remains in the memories of those around us.
Helping farmers improve the rivers, dams, native vegetation and trees on their land increases productivity and the resilience of the land to drought
There's plenty of speculation about what artificial intelligence, will look like in the future, but researchers from ANU are already harnessing its power.
A new study by researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) could help us understand how our planet was formed.