At a recent public lecture, Dr Emma Tucker posed a question to the audience: who would like to travel to space?
In three very different towns, hundreds to thousands of kilometres apart across three states, residents are united by a common experience.
The idea of being able to send instructions to organisms in different kingdoms is fascinating.
ANU scientists are working with space technology to predict droughts months in advance.
A researcher has made a remarkable discovery about a group of lizards living in the Andes. Jess Fagan reports.
What’s it like to be studied by researchers for your entire life – including in your own home?
An international study led by ANU has found a fungal disease has caused dramatic population declines in more than 500 amphibian species.
Landholders need to turn professional in controlling kangaroo populations on properties and regard the iconic Australian animals as assets rather than pests.
The near-Earth asteroid, Bennu, has thrown NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission a curve ball as its rough surface littered with boulders had not been anticipated.
An ANU team is researching how to help a woman after the death of a baby.
ANU scientists have found that Earth is made of the same elements as the Sun but has less of the volatile elements such as hydrogen, helium, oxygen and nitrogen
ANU scientists studying magnetic fields of planets have found most planets discovered in other solar systems are unlikely to be as hospitable to life as Earth.