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8 Jan 2020

Travel journal: learning on country

Students taking part in a new ANU Research School of Biology program have enjoyed an eye-opening experience in the Top End.

Luke Hillsley | 18 Dec 2019

What I learned on One Tree Island

It’s hard to appreciate the sheer beauty of a coral reef unless you immerse yourself in the environment.

Sarp Kaya

9 Dec 2019

Translating skills into health policy and practice

Sarp Kaya always wanted to work at Australian Institute of Health and Welfare and studying a Master of Public Health helped him reach that goal.

25 Nov 2019

The supersonic recipe for a big star

Astronomy and Astrophysics Masters student, Donghee Nam, shares his research into star formation.

Janet and Tim

13 Aug 2019

What we learned from meeting 39 Nobel Prize winners

Two ANU physics students, Janet Zhong and Tim Hume, recently joined over 500 young scientists for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany.

Elmie Janse van Rensburg | 9 Jul 2019

Do you have imposter syndrome?

“Hello, I’m Not-Clever-Enough-To-Have-A-PhD. What’s your name?”

24 Jun 2019

Passionate science: 6 STEM students share their hobbies

Six STEM students from the ANU share their passions within and outside the realm of science.

Elmie Janse van Rensburg | 18 Jun 2019

How to survive winter exams

Elmie knows a thing or two about doing the exam period right.

Matthew Teh | 15 Feb 2019

How did you spend your summer?

Matthew Teh spent his summer as a Research Intern with the University of Tokyo.

Alexandra Catling | 17 Dec 2018

Travel Journal: Singapore and Malaysia

Alexandra Catling indulges in her passion for scientific research on a trip to south east Asian forests. And discovers leeches.

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