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ANU scientist Professor Trevor Ireland, who is a space rock expert, said no conspiracy would have or could have made the Moon rocks.
The third and final unveiling of artworks by Indigenous artists has taken place at the ANU Colleges of Science; Health and Medicine.
Smoking is killing at least 17 Australians a day from preventable heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular conditions.
Changes to our ozone layer over the past 40 years have affected levels of UV radiation and the risk of people developing skin cancer, a study has found.
A device that filters mercury from contaminated water designed by students at The ANU has achieved excellent trial results and is en route to Indonesia.
A new cell type that could stop allergies before they begin has been discovered by ANU researchers.
As nominations come to a close for the 2019 ACT Scientist of the Year award, we turned to the 2018 winner for her words of wisdom.
Research was (literally) served, as students of the ANU RSES had a scientific bake-off for the 2019 Bake your PhD competition.
The average amount of calories eaten is many more than 50 years ago, and it's effecting our brains and waistlines.
Dr Smith says breastfeeding is worth at least $3.6 billion to the economy, using market values.
Scientists from ANU demonstrate maximum potential of ultra-thin 2D materials to generate electricity with sunlight.
The discovery is set to change our understanding of the causes of disease and potentially save lives.