Earlier this year, we invited expressions of interest from ANU researchers to participate in the Engaged ANU pilot project. The project...
An infectious diseases expert from ANU says a forgotten but formidable protective agent could be key to defending against COVID-19.
Many of you may be aware of the ongoing governance and operational issues within the independent ANU Postgraduate and...
Academic Board News
28 June 2022
The ANU Academic Board's third meeting of the year took place on Tuesday 28 June 2022....
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy will have a new director when Professor Janine O'Flynn takes on the role next year.
ANU will play a crucial role researching and developing cheaper and more efficient solar technologies thanks to $45 million in federal cash.
Landmark communique sets out blueprint to address "economic apartheid" facing Indigenous Australians.
The new ACCESS-NRI facility will help us better predict extreme weather events and climate change.
New research from ANU on the 2022 federal election shows leaders were more important than in previous elections.
Former Attorney-General and most recent High Commissioner to the United Kingdom will work on national security and law.
Dear students and staff,
In March this year, ANU released its Student Safety and Wellbeing Plan, designed to help keep our students and...
ANU physicists have developed tiny translucent slides capable of producing two different images depending on the flow of light.
Experts are gathering in Canberra this week to build a nation-wide strategy for First Nations economic self-determination.
New ANU analysis also shows more Australians are satisfied with the direction of the country after Labor's victory.
ANU experts warn poor quality housing is posing a serious health risk to Australia's remote Indigenous communities.
Australia faces an energy crisis, but how did it happen and what are the steps we need to take? This article explains why the heat is on.
Out of the box thinking on nest boxes from ANU researchers could help the threatened species recover from catastrophic fires.
The fastest-growing black hole of the last nine billion years has been discovered by an international team led by astronomers at ANU.
Professor Imogen Mitchell is one of several ANU community members to be recognised in the Queen's birthday honours.
DNA analysis of ancient human remains has revealed an “explosion” of intermixing cultures and genetics in Indonesia, new ANU research shows.