Here are 12 Christmas gifts from our scientists: The highlights from ANU Science, Environment, Health and Medicine in 2017. See you next year!
Shooting stars from the Geminid meteor shower will light up the night sky on Wednesday and Thursday nights, as Earth passes through the tail of an asteroid.
Astronomers at ANU have created the most comprehensive map of the southern sky that can be viewed online by anyone around the world.
An international study on glass led by ANU and the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris could lead to the development of shatter-proof mobile phone screens.
Men who are diagnosed with a mental health condition in their lifetime can expect to live 10.2 years less than those who aren’t, and women 7.3 years.
Researchers have developed machine learning to scan tens of thousands of job ads and found a large hidden job market for PhD graduates.
Jobs that are overly demanding at the expense of family time put the mental health of employees’ children at risk, a new study led by ANU has found.
Astronomers at ANU have created the most detailed radio image of nearby dwarf galaxy revealing secrets of how it formed and how it is likely to evolve.
If you want to teach someone how to catch a bus, build them a balloon rocket. This is what Vanessa de Kauwe has discovered in her PhD.
Dr Leonie Quinn from The John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR) at ANU has won a 2017 Innovation Grant from the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation.
A new study involving ANU and international collaborators has found plants release more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere through respiration than expected.
A medical researcher from ANU has received a $1.225 million fellowship from the Sylvia and Charles Viertel Charitable Foundation.