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ANU scientists unpack their bags—and their research—for us.
If you're suffering from migraine, should you see a doctor about it – or a psychologist?
Without robust data to understand the scale of the mental health problem, any attempts to address the issue can be little more than flying blind.
The one-year program takes you around Australia, providing specialist training in science communication performance.
The new study led ANU investigated the violent stoush between the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds.
Five students. Same degree. Different interests and career paths. Where could the Bachelor of Science take you?
Associate Professor Rowena Ball shares her latest experiences of working with two remote Indigenous schools.
Working full-time, Sai Lyons has found time to do her Masters with an all online program.
It’s our favourite time to shut down the laptop and head outdoors. In order to find out the best places to go, we hit campus and asked which outdoor activities
The Australian National University (ANU) is launching the largest health and wellbeing study of Indigenous adults in the country.
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