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If you’re studying at the ANU Fenner School of Environment and Society, why should you take a field trip to Australia’s snow sports hotspot, the Snowy Mountains
Twenty-five remarkable students have become The Australian National Univesity Tuckwell Scholarship recipients following the final stage of assessment last week.
A research team led by ANU has found the first proof that Antarctica is not isolated from the rest of the Earth
He's the third generation in his family to graduate with a PhD, but the truth behind Brad Carron-Arthur is that almost his entire family has some sort of...
Regina Vega Trejo hopes that her research into inbreeding amongst species can help scientists discover why animals that are related are less likely to survive.
A passion for the business side of science has helped John Rivers land his dream job, just weeks after finishing his PhD.
Within two days of Josh Penalba submitting his PhD, the Biology graduate started working in a lab at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.
Katherine Moon graduates with a PhD which investigated the oceanic dispersal of terrestrial ectoparasites associated with penguins.
Professor Ken Baldwin is holding a black and white photo taken of him in the mid-1980s.
More than 2,500 students will graduate from The Australian National University (ANU) this week, as part of the mid-year award conferral ceremonies.
Nur Diana Anuar describes the experience of completing her PhD as “a 100-metre sprint”. “I got to the end, and I thought, is it over already?”
When Dr Danielle Butler was working as a GP in rural and remote communities in the Northern Territory, she started to notice patterns.