Scientist have solved the mystery of how crested pigeons create an alarm without using their voice to prompt other birds to flee danger.
Major gaps in data are impeding the ability of Indigenous communities to gain a clear picture of their health and access to services.
ANU has played a leading role in the discovery of a new species of orangutan, the Tapanuli orangutan.
A new study led by ANU has helped explain how our snakes and lizards descended from creatures that have emigrated from Asia over the past 30 million years.
Australians could have longer careers and be healthier in later life if workplaces were more age-friendly and promoted healthy lifestyles to their employees.
The proportion of ‘staph’ infections resistant to antibiotics has increased in Australia since 2000, with most cases now occurring in the community.
A new study led by ANU has mapped priority areas around the world to protect thousands of mammal species.
Smoking-related deaths among Indigenous Australians are likely to continue to rise over the next decade despite reductions in smoking over the past 20 years.
A new science program for people with intellectual disabilities has delivered great educational, social and economic benefits to students.
A study led by ANU has warned that Melbourne and Sydney should prepare for 50 degree Celsius days under the Paris Agreement global warming limit of 2 degrees.
But for around 18% of Australians, Spring brings another kind of fever… hay fever. The culprit? Pollen.
Associate Professor Rowena Ball shares her experiences of working with students in remote Queensland communities for the STEM Professionals in Schools program.