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An impression of a DNA strand viewed under a microscope.
19
Jul
2024

DNA structure could hold key to our memory

A specific type of DNA structure could hold the key to regulating our memory, a new study from The Australian National University…

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17
Jul
2024

Better dams offer major boost to farmers and livestock

Managing the water quality of farm dams is critical to the health of livestock as well as boosting crop production, according to…

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15
Jul
2024

New alliance to drive Indigenous economic empowerment

A new alliance of committed Indigenous people, together with The Australian National University (ANU), will work to establish…

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ANU Campus
15
Jul
2024

Student encampment protest FAQs

Please note the University does not publicly comment on disciplinary matters.Academic freedom and freedom of speech Is ANU…

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A dingo standing on a branch
10
Jul
2024

Ancient DNA study sheds new light on dingo ancestry

Analysis of ancient dingo DNA shows the genetic diversity of modern-day dingo populations was in place long before domestic dogs…

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10
Jul
2024

Update on childcare at ANU

We are writing to share some updates regarding the four community childcare providers on campus. We have had multiple…

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Bjorn leans against an EV charging station with his arms crossed. He's wearing a green t-shirt & smiling.
09
Jul
2024

Electric vehicles fed power into Australian grid during blackout

During a major storm event that eventually cut power to tens of thousands of homes, a fleet of electric vehicles (EVs) were…

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09
Jul
2024

Discover ASTUTE (Anxiety Skills Training in University Education): A New Program to Help University Students Tackle Social Anxiety

Social anxiety is a common issue among university students, affecting both their academic and social lives. It can make it…

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Children sit at their desks on their computers
09
Jul
2024

Kids need better tech education to thrive in a digital world

Teachers are struggling to equip Australian school kids with the digital skills they need for the future, warns a new report from…

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Photo of Professor Brian Walker saluting Will by raising his glass. He's wearing a suit and holding a microphone.
08
Jul
2024

Giant of climate science honoured at inaugural Will Steffen lecture

Emeritus Professor Will Steffen has been remembered as a “giant” of the scientific community at the inaugural lecture held in his…

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Autumn Colour leaves on wall
05
Jul
2024

6-months into the role

Today marks six months since I became Vice-Chancellor. It's been an opportunity to learn more about this place and why we…

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A close-up of a quoll wrapped in a blanket. The background is black.
02
Jul
2024

Everybody needs good neighbours: resident quolls help newcomers settle in at Mulligans Flat

GPS tracking collars have revealed how newly reintroduced eastern quolls are settling in at Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary,…

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Marine Le Pen, leader of the far-right National Rally party in France. She is standing behind a podium and there is a French flag in the background.
01
Jul
2024

Far-right National Rally party unlikely to form government in France

Despite Marine Le Pen's far-right party leading the polls in the first round of the French snap parliamentary elections with 34…

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26
Jun
2024

Help on the way for young people experiencing gambling harm

There will soon be more help for young people in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) who are at risk of gambling harm, thanks…

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NTEU protest
25
Jun
2024

Statement from the NTEU

This message has been provided by the NTEU in accordance with clause 58.5 of the ANU Enterprise Agreement. "Your next pay…

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An aerial view of a surfer riding a wave
20
Jun
2024

Surf’s up: Australia’s breaks inject almost $3 billion into the economy each year

It’s no secret Aussies love to surf. It’s one of our favourite pastimes, but it turns out riding the perfect wave offers more…

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Julie Bishop and Naomi Flutter
18
Jun
2024

Changes to the ANU Council: New and departing members

Changes to the ANU CouncilAs The Australian National University (ANU) Council transitions into a new chapter, it extends thanks…

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13
Jun
2024

Exceptional members of ANU community named on King’s Birthday honours list

A public health expert from The Australian National University (ANU) who ended up on the frontline of Australia’s COVID-19…

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Students at Uluru
11
Jun
2024

On Country learning: Shaping justice leaders of the future

For many students, the concept of university brings to mind thoughts of textbooks, lecture halls and classrooms. However, there…

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Photo of Dr Torres in the lab. He's wearing a white lab coat and blue gloves
05
Jun
2024

ANU desalination breakthrough to bolster global water security as planet warms

A simpler and more cost-efficient method for removing salt from seawater using heat, developed by scientists from The…

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