Research in Australia’s universities should be driven by curiosity and education by student need, not commerce, Brian Schmidt writes.
What businesses and cities must do to stay within 'safe and just' environmental limits for carbon, water, nutrients, land and other natural...
The ongoing Ukraine war is a reminder Australia must help revitalise collective security, Dr William Stoltz writes.
A second successive rise in the official cash rate is on the cards, according to the RBA Shadow Board at ANU.
Dr James Mortensen asks if we are playing with fire when dealing with election campaigns that are full of ‘gotcha' moments?
For the first time since November 2020, the RBA Shadow Board at ANU has voted in favour of a rise in interest rates.
With punters preparing to mark Anzac Day with a game of two-up, a mathematician from The Australian National University (ANU) has...
Are we about to see a ‘youthquake’?
Political inaction on sexism and sexual violence may sway voters at the polls, ANU experts say.
In 1922-23, Billy Hughes’ Nationalist Party brokered a deal with the Country Party to form government, on condition Hughes was no longer PM.
We are confident that the right side of history is to stand with the people of Ukraine, and against Russia’s blatant aggression.
Dozens of experts are calling for the voting age in the ACT to be reduced to 16 and are backing a Bill that could soon be passed into law.
Professor Tracy Smart outlines how we can all keep COVID safe this festive season.
Two aspects of a landmark report to improve safety in parliamentary workplaces will be critical in creating change, writes Dr Maria Maley.
“We had JobKeeper, JobSeeker – but we also should have had HomeTeacher,” Professor Strazdins said.
The announcement of a new security pact today between Australia, the UK and the US echoes the strong wartime bonds of the past, but with...
Former politician Julia Banks' memoir about her time in Parliament has taken the nation by storm.
But according to an expert from The...
The policy choices Australian governments make in this difficult time will determine the country’s future direction for years to come.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt on why the budget is bad news for universities and bad news for all Australians.
ANU EXPERT ANALYSIS:Professor Andrew Norton on what the budget means for higher educationProfessor Sharon Friel on what the budget means...