How does the Gallipoli legend influence modern day Australia? Why is the female touch needed in politics? How can a smart phone diagnose lung cancer? What does a half-human, half-dinosaur look like?
You’ll find the answers to these questions – and many more – in the new edition of ANU Reporter, which is out now.
In this edition, we celebrate a love story that started at ANU and continued onto the big screen, we look at how a research centre based at ANU could help feed a growing global population and we take a tour of the stunning ANU School of Art Graduating Exhibition.
You can read full articles for free by clicking on the links below:
- Discover the path ahead for the University's research priorities
- Read about soon-to-be Senator Katy Gallagher's drive to increase female involvement in politics
- Uncover rural Cambodia in the Travel Journal
- Is a job white? Find out in Now you can see it
- It starts with a spark of imagination and ends at the ANU School of Art Graduating Exhibition
- Unearth the hidden gems of the ANU Classics Museum
- Follow an epic trek of discovery through northern Australia
- See the quest to develop an app for diagnosing lung cancer
- Reveal the badge of honour given to soldiers' female relatives in the First World War.
We also want to know what your ANU story is. Whether you are a new student with a passion for politics or a member of staff with a great yarn, we want to hear from you. Enter our competition and you could win a new iPad mini.
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