Professor Michael Kidd will work with ANU and Government on health care reform.
Australia urgently needs an independent national expert committee on air pollution and health protection, say leading experts.
Scientists at ANU have discovered new details about the tools used by bacteria to trigger dangerous food poisoning symptoms.
“These superbugs spread via people, water and food then they get on to 747s and come to this country.”
“The ANU factsheets provide the advice and practical tips urgently needed by people exposed to bushfire smoke."
“Many trees that look dead will still be alive."
“Children need comfort, reassurance and protection as far as possible from the overwhelming situations.”
The toolkit a suite of resources to help support adults and children before, during, and after the bushfires.
For the second time this week, Canberra is the world's worst city for air pollution as it is blanketed by smoke and hazardouns haze from...
New research shows Australians underestimate healthy drinking guidelines.
“We can have fully fledged memories of an event that didn’t happen"
"More nuanced advice that encourages individuals to be guided by air quality forecast and the pattern of PM2.5 levels is needed.”
ANU and Department of Health sign new agreement to better connect policymakers with leading expertise, teaching and research.
The hydrogel – held together largely by water – offers a sanctuary for cells and could replace existing and less effective treatments.
Potential pricing policies to support integration of renewable energy sources into electricity grids could leave the most vulnerable...
Researchers from ANU have been awarded $1.3 million by the National Health and Medical Research Council e-Asia Joint Research Program. The...
ANU report backs pill testing trial in the ACT.
Urgent action is needed to protect breastfeeding and reduce formula's carbon footprint - especially for "unnecessary" toddler milks,...
“Toxic air is currently the number one global environmental health hazard and we need to do something about it.”
ANU has returned more than 200 blood samples held for 50 years to the Galiwin'ku community of East Arnhem Land.