Shooting stars will be visible this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
A research team has debunked a popular theory that ancient humans caused mass animal and plant extinctions on newly inhabited islands.
Remember the days before working from home? It's Monday morning, you're running late to beat the traffic, and you can't find your car keys...
When humans arrive on an island they have an immediate and dramatic impact on the ecosystem, according to a new international study.
ANU astronomer Professor Lisa Kewley named a foreign member of the US National Academy of Sciences.
New research from ANU shows female swift parrots can determine the sex of their offspring, and they are favouring boys over girls.
Tasmanian students will get a better view of the southern night sky, with free telescopes and astronomy lessons.
An international team of scientists has reconstructed the 22-million-year journey of an asteroid to its impact on Earth.
Researchers and industry experts are closer to safely storing and transporting vast quantities of hydrogen.
Scientists from The Australian National University (ANU) are looking for volunteers to help create Australia's longest daily weather record...
Vehicles that can propel themselves along the water and self-navigate around any object in their path could soon be a reality thanks to new...
ANU researchers have harnessed the power of adaptive optics in fight against space debris.
Bone tools found in a well-known Kimberley cave site are among the oldest discovered in Australia, according to new research.
A new report on Australia’s environment has found the country’s landscapes and waterways are making a slow recovery.
Technology that stores clean energy by heating particles with captured sunlight is cost-effective and reliable, modelling from ANU shows.
The world’s first room-temperature quantum computer is in the final stages of development and is set to be installed later this year.
The endangered regent honeyeater is losing its “song culture” due to the bird’s rapidly declining population, according to new ANU research.
The research will boost scientific efforts to improve the performance of major crops during periods of significant heat and drought stress.
WearOptimo’s life-saving Microwearable sensor technology heads into production, with $30 million deal.
ANU discovery shows fruit bats don't use echolocation.