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PhD researcher Jess Hargreaves digs out coral skeletons to understand how rainfall patterns in the South-East Indian Ocean region have changed over time.
Tharika Liyanage is going to make you excited about cheilanthanes - whether you know what they are or not.
Science journalism is a dream career for many people with a passion for science and flair for writing. For ANU graduate Ellen Phiddian, that dream is now a reality.
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Australia has a medical waste problem. Here's how a former ANU student is working to address it.
What do you do after embarking on a career in visual arts? Study applied mathematics, obviously.
Jordan is researching a non-invasive way to detect elevated blood glucose levels in people who exhibit pre-diabetic symptoms.
Amber Condell likes stories - both hearing them and telling them. That’s why she likes studying genetics.
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