The daily commute to-and-from work is one of life’s painful necessities and an ANU study suggests it’s having more of an impact on us than we thought.
When global car maker Tesla sought out Canberra start-up Reposit Power to supply software to the company's home battery business, co-founder Dr Lachlan Blackhall, PhD (Engineering) ‘11 was shocked.
Flicking through the pages of ANU Reporter has been a staple of life for ANU staff, students and alumni for nearly five decades.
International climate change agreements have been the political hot potato in recent years but things are looking more positive for a global meeting in Paris in November, as CLARE de CASTELLA reports.
As human kind reaches further and further towards the stars, space law is paving the foundations for the way we govern outer space, now and in the future. KATHARINE PIERCE reports.
Why is Justin Bieber famous? ANU researchers are determined to find the answer, as AMELIA BIDGOOD explains
ANU has become a leading global centre for Indonesian economic studies during the past 50 years.
After a year of experiments, ANU scientists have created new materials that could revolutionise the technology industry.
A world famous rock star is probably not someone you’d expect to find on the ANU campus, as NATASSJA HOOGSTAD HAY, BA (Hons) ‘08, BAsianStudies ‘08 discovers.
Being a world leader in Chinese studies has often come with complications for ANU staff, particularly in the early stages of the Cold War.
REBECCA BLACKBURN, GradDipRes&EnvMan (Hons) ‘99, BA ‘91, BSc ‘91 takes a look back at staff suggestions for saving energy around campus in the July 1982 edition of ANU Reporter.
Fifty years ago, Ernest Llewellyn had a dream to bring the grand musical conservatories of the US and Europe to Canberra. RICHARD FOX reports on the ever-evolving ANU School of Music.
ANU is now the proud holder of a Guinness World Record. On a chilly evening in August, more than 1,800 people gathered on Fellows Oval to break the world record for the most people stargazing in one place at the same time.
Breaking down the cultural barriers to university has been at the heart of the Tjabal Centre since one man’s passion created it, as AARON WALKER explains.
Bettongs went the way of the dodo in mainland Australia but an ANU-led program has seen them flourish on Canberra’s outskirts, as KATE PRESTT reports.
ANU is currently considering revitalising the area between Childers Street and Sullivans Creek, including the University Avenue precinct.
Deep in Australia’s western desert, an ANU research project aims to preserve local languages before they become extinct. PARIS LORD reports.
When Apollo 11 landed on the moon, EMERITUS PROFESSOR ROSS TAYLOR AC was surprised to find his ANU experience led him to the opportunity of a lifetime. DR PHIL DOOLEY, BSc (Hons) ’90, PhD ’99 reports.
What’s in a name? A procession of John Carvers has helped shape ANU and Australian science for decades, as DR PHIL DOOLEY, BSc (Hons) ’90, PhD ’99 explains.
Thousands of students have roamed the corridors of one of Canberra’s oldest education institutions but there are many hidden quirks to the School of Art Building, as SIMON JENKINS uncovers.
In a tranquil part of the campus sits University House, a quiet sanctuary with a surprising take on art. REBECCA BLACKBURN, GradDipRes&EnvMan (Hons) ’99, BA ’91, BSc ’91 tours the building’s collection.