Parents and caregivers who home-schooled children during the COVID-19 pandemic experienced greater psychological distress, a study shows.
ANU researchers have identified why certain cells in the body go rogue and promote the onset of autoimmune diseases such as MS.
As we get ready for the start of semester back on campus, I'd like to run you through some of the measures we'll have in...
Improving the student experience, revitalising our aging digital infrastructure and adopting more cloud services are the first priorities...
ANU experts say reduced support has prompted public concerns that Omicron will have more harmful effects than Australia’s lengthy lockdowns.
The first detailed history of the Australian honours system reveals key debates that have characterised the institution for decades and...
A widely available and affordable drug, heparin, limits lung damage when inhaled by COVID-19 patients, according to world-first findings.
A lack of information are causing concern in the wake of the Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha’apai volcano eruption.
Pandemic restrictions have led to longer life expectancy for Australians, a new ANU study has found.
Happy New Year! I hope everyone has been able to get some downtime. Summer is still here, so I encourage you to make hay...
The first group of international students has returned to ANU.
New research shows unless conservation actions are urgently stepped up, the regent honeyeater will be extinct within 20 years.
A wetland on the Murrumbidgee River has been brought to life in a new way, thanks to an interactive website showcasing its unique wildlife.
Updated: Tuesday 19 January 2022
Wow - how did that happen? How did we go from being one of the success stories of the pandemic to now...
The Australian National University (ANU) and the wider science community is mourning the loss of passionate science educator and visionary...
Wishing you a very happy New Year. I'm looking forward to a much better 2022, despite the current Omicron wave, and I hope...
Discovery provides clearest picture yet of mysterious Ultra-Low Velocity Zones sitting on top the planet's liquid metal outer core.
The majority of Australians say they're more compliant with COVID-19 restrictions than their peers, according to an ANU study.
The finding has major implications – especially for Indigenous people with kidney diseases such as Tiwi Islanders.
Professor Tracy Smart outlines how we can all keep COVID safe this festive season.