This week, I wanted to start my blog with an update on our plans for returning to campus in 2021 as I've been receiving a lot...
Pythons first arrived in Australia from Asia around 23 million years ago and then adapted to their new home by becoming incredibly diverse...
There could be fewer than 300 swift parrots left in the wild, according to new research from The Australian National University (ANU).
"For the most common cancer types – such as breast, prostate, bowel cancer, and melanoma – the outcomes are looking really good."
Thailand's political direction remains unclear, according to Dr Gregory Raymond.
Season four of The Crown has dropped, ruffling some Royalists’ feathers on the show’s accuracy.
Professor Elanor Huntington is recognised as one of 25 "trailblazers" in engineering and technology.
Australians are a nation of creative expletive users who take pride in bad language as part of their cultural identity.
Distinguished Professor Genevieve Bell joins rare club of fellows in both humanities and science.
Professor Steve Madden has taken out one of Australia's top scientific honours.
570 participants, 37 countries, six continents, one global conference.
When COVID-19 hit, many facets of our lives moved online. Global...
Each year, the International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) is held on 3 December to raise awareness, improve understanding and...
2020 has been an incredibly challenging and tumultuous year, from bushfires to COVID-19, everyone has dealt with real hardship and loss...
Two teams of scientists have resolved a longstanding controversy surrounding the origins of complex life on Earth.
The joint studies found...
This week, our Australian news has been dominated by the COVID-19 outbreak in South Australia, coupled with some states...
Almost three-in-five Australians say they will definitely get a COVID vaccine once it is available, new ANU analysis shows.
The report on the Afghanistan Inquiry into alleged war crimes by members of the Australian Defence Force has been released.
Musicians from ANU are performing unique one-to-one concerts for the public to help their struggling colleagues during the COVID-19 pandemic
An international team of scientists has defied nature to make diamonds in minutes in a laboratory at room temperature.
COVID-19 infection rates in the UK, France and Belgium are much higher than reported and up to 17 times higher in Italy, new data shows.