By Matthew Wade, Australian National University
Still Alice – starring Julianne Moore – tells the story of Alice Howland, a linguistics...
Adjunct Professor Michael Gore has been honoured for a lifetime of work promoting science to young Australians
Fuel prices may be at historic lows at the moment but when they rise again, what is the best strategy to save money at the bowser?
The ANU has appointed prominent business academic Professor Byron Keating as Director of the Research School of Management in the...
ANU students have returned from a trip to the small African nation of Malawi after learning about sustainable development practices there.
The Australian government is in the throes of a major recasting of traditional immigration and border security doctrines and institutions.
By Anton Wallner, Australian National University
Our understanding of heavy element production in supernovae, exploding stars way beyond...
The discovery of the oldest-known engraving on a fossilised shell in Java could change our thinking about human evolution says Stephen Munro
By Jacqui Hoepner, Australian National University and Will J Grant, Australian National University
Yesterday, The Australian ran a front-...
By Andrew Hughes, Australian National University
The federal government’s recent television advertisement spruiking the benefits of the...
Demand for places to study at the ANU remains strong in 2015, with growing interest in Flexible Double Degrees, after the main round offers...
Scientists studying extraterrestrial dust from ocean floor have made a surprising finding about supernovae, distant exploding stars
Preliminary research into the relationship between pornography and genital satisfaction finds women generally content with their genitals.
New research: The accelerated impacts of human activity on the Earth over the past 60 years have reached “planetary-scale” proportions.
Talented Year 11 and 12 science students from around Australia have taken part in a challenge to build a prosthetic leg.
Early in 2014, federal Attorney-General George Brandis released a proposal to significantly amend our law against racial vilification.
Modern science can enrich indigenous culture, and vice versa, but failing to embrace it will perpetuate the current education & health gap.
By Sasha Grishin, Australian National University
Goths, punks and hipsters roam the streets, wilfully asserting their counter-cultures. But...
Indigenous students from around the country have come to Canberra to find out firsthand what it is like to be a university student.
A play performed in Javanese by ANU language students has attracted more than a quarter of a million viewers.