ANU is mourning the loss of one of Australia’s most influential and respected climate scientists, Emeritus Professor Will Steffen.
Dolphins and net-casting fishers in Brazil catch more fish by working together, a new study has shown.
Children can often be overlooked in situations involving interparental coercive control, but the impact on them is significant.
An esteemed astronomer, a specialist in Asian Art History, a leader in science education and research, and a GP working in drug and...
Plants are inspiring new techniques to harvest, recycle and reuse valuable metals, minerals and nutrients from liquid wastes.
Say hello to 2023 and starting a new year at ANU!
While we still have a few weeks of summer break left, it's time to start thinking...
ANU scientists are a step closer to developing new lung cancer treatments.
New research led by a team of scientists at The Australian National University (ANU) has outlined a way to achieve more accurate...
A new ANU-led report has found global warming is changing the water cycle across the planet.
A new ANU study has shown which ecosystems in southeastern Australia may be most at risk of feeling the impacts of climate change.
This is my favourite time of the year - with graduands (more than 2,000!) having their chance to walk across the...
A decorated diplomat and a member of the ARIA Hall of Fame are among those who have been celebrated with honorary degrees from ANU.
A new tool developed by ANU researchers aims to accelerate Australia's uptake of new solar and wind farms.
A Korean biotech company and scientists from ANU will team up to develop new treatments for age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
The newest residence at The Australian National University will be open for students for the start of first semester next year....
First Nations Australians must be given access to the power and potential of genomics and the health benefits it delivers, ANU expert says.
A new ANU study helps explain why women are up to 75 per cent more likely to experience adverse reactions to prescription drugs.
Everyday discrimination could be contributing up to half of the burden of psychological distress among First Nations adults.
In the 2022 Order of Australia Speech, Professor Rory Medcalf makes the case for a national interest strategy for Australia.
Professor Brian Schmidt has been appointed Chair of Australia’s leading research-intensive universities.