Researchers helping develop a computer game that draws on Indigenous languages and cultures.
A lack of regulation and ‘throw away’ culture in India has led to the country becoming the world’s biggest dumping ground for ewaste.
Q&A with Editor of respected Mumbai based publication The Economic & Political Weekly, Paranjoy Guha Thakurta.
A leading Australian defence scholar has urged the Australian Government to act as a peacemaker to help avoid a looming conflict between...
More than 6,000 new Australian words and phrases have been officially recognised in the second edition of the Australian National Dictionary
Archaeologists at ANU have unearthed a 37,000-year-old decorative shell bead on the eastern tip of East Timor.
The ANU will offer full institutional support to help set up a new Australia-China Commission, proposed by a major independent study on the...
A major new study of the relationship between Australia and China has outlined a new vision for stronger engagement and cooperation.
A researcher at ANU has found people will adjust their perception of the Olympic medal tally based on their country’s performance.
New research will explore the history of the Northern Territory’s buffalo-shooting industry.
On Tuesday 9 August Australians will complete their forms for the 2016 Census of Population and Housing. Concerns have been raised as The...
A secret Australian military unit which undertook commando missions during the WWII will be honoured at The Australian War Memorial.
ANU scholar believes more needs to be done to address the increasing problem of young women being drawn to violent extremist groups.
ANU experts have given their views on how the South China Sea international court decision may impact Australia and the Asia Pacific region.
The history of female slavery in the Indian Himalayan region of Kumaon.
A new survey shows a majority of Australians would like a future based on community wellbeing.
On Saturday 2 July Australians voted in the 2016 election, with vote counting ongoing and the outcome unclear.
Now some of Australia's...
Southeast Asian states need to maintain unity or risk irrelevance in the face of growing tensions and rivalry in the South China Sea.
A panel of leading energy experts have found that the prospects for continued coal-fired power generation are less than assured.
ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt talks about innovation in Australia with Sandy Plunkett, Founder of Innovation Clearing house.