ANU is Australia's number 1 University. Thanks largely to our academics. Discover why.
The humble blackboard is still the board of choice when it comes to crafting equations.
During the drought that dominated Australian life at the start of the 21st Century, Dr Virginia Marshall noticed something was missing.
In the Jane Austen-themed board game Dr Katharine Turner has designed, the aim is to fill your dinner party table.
In 2015, the World Health Organization put out a call to action on antibiotic resistance, so Dr Lara Malins got to work.
From an early age, Professor Fred Chow wondered how plant science could be used to solve famine.
Dr Aude Fahrer's 'wake-up call' to the immune system could fight many types of cancer.
ANU Associate Professor Malcolm McLeod is creating new chemical methods for detecting doping, leading to a clean-up in the greyhound industry of steroid abuse.
Walking along the shelves, Professor Jane Dahlstrom indicates a spleen, preserved in fluid and encased in perspex, and says, “Yes, I remember that patient.”
“It’s absolutely shocking to dive on a reef that you know well, and see it turn white in the space of a week.It’s the scariest thing I’ve ever seen in my life...
ANU scientist Graham Farquhar first Australian to win Kyoto Prize
Dr Nathalie Dehorter is finding ways to fix neuronal impairment, a common problem in development disorders like Parkinson's Disease and autism.
Professor Robyn Lucas has been awarded the 2016 John James Foundation Tony Ayers Prize for Excellence in Translational Medicine.