Almost one in three voters cast their ballot for minor parties or independent candidates in the 2022 federal election.
I am writing this blog to announce some good news for our community - and after a tough couple of years, everyone needs a...
The 2022 Vice-Chancellor's and Chancellor's Annual Awards were held last night highlighting the outstanding contribution and commitment of...
A new album transporting listeners on a journey to the sun shows the magic created when science and the arts collide.
Dr Adele Morrison is a globally recognised climate scientist, but she wasn’t always confident she’d find her place in the science community.
Congratulations to Distinguished Professor Susan Scott who has once again been recognised for her ground-breaking research on...
Dr John Debs, Senior Lecturer with the Research School of Physics and Engineering and Founder and Director of ANU MakerSpace, has been...
Cybernetics can help to create a safe, sustainable and responsible future in a complex world.
How we can safely navigate and steer the profound impact of new technologies on our lives is the focus of a first-of-its-kind school at ANU.
I am still recovering from last night's Thanksgiving dinner. VC duties kept me very busy for the day, and so for the first...
While most spiders are creatures of solitude, a study involving researchers from ANU has found some species have become more gregarious.
The ANU School of Art and Design graduating exhibition is opening to celebrate the works of the Class of 2022.
The world's oldest meal has unearthed new clues about the physiology of our earliest animal ancestors, according to ANU scientists.
Experts at The Australian National University (ANU) have chosen teal as the Word of the Year for 2022.
Social cohesion on the decline due to perceived social and economic injustices, ANU researchers find.
The Wildbark Learning Centre at Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary is now open for business.
On Friday 18 November, representatives from...
Two leading researchers battling catastrophic climate change and killer infectious disease win in the nation's top science awards.
First-of-its kind project to be led by ANU Tech Policy Design Centre.
Animals bred in captivity can experience significant changes to their bodies, behaviour and health, which affects their chances of survival.
A new training centre hosted by ANU is upskilling the next generation of researchers in cutting-edge 3D imaging and analysis technology.