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As a part of a Biodiversity Conservation course, we had the opportunity to spend a few days in the stunning Booderee National Park in Jervis Bay.
Scientists from ANU Difficult Bird Research Group hope a specially trained dog named Zorro can save one of Australia's most elusive bird species.
Dr Megan Head didn’t expect her interest in evolution and ecology to lead to her becoming the manager of a Beetle Love Hotel.
Scientists engineered tiny carbon-capturing engines from blue-green algae into plants, in a breakthrough that promises to help boost the yields of food crops
A research team has found we need to take a much broader approach than simply focusing on antibiotic usage, when it comes to fighting the spread of "...
ANU science student Atul shares some of his highlights from the International Alliacnce of Research Univeristies Global Summer Program at Yale University.
Research led by ANU sheds new light on the rapid decline of the once-common regent honeyeater, offering new opportunities to help save the bird from extinction.
A researcher from ANU is calling on our mental health sector to ensure people experiencing mental illness are more comprehensively involved in providing advice.
From liquid nitrogen ice cream to solar observing, ANU Open Day 2018 had it all. Check out this video for a glimpse into our biggest day of the year!
A research project in Australia and Sweden is trying to understand how bogong moths perform incredible feats of navigation.
Where do you start if you're trying to invent an engaging method to visualise climate change data?
Professor Susanne von Caemmerer has devoted her career to plant science and won worldwide recognition for her research.