ANU researchers are making far- reaching changes to sanitation and health in Indonesian communities, Liz Drummond reports.
ANU will establish a new centre that brings physicists and astronomers together to explore the Universe’s secrets hidden in its darkest depths. Will Wright reports.
Afnan Hannan, BEng, BEc ’14, is working to democratise access to energy in South-East Asia through his start-up social enterprise Okra Solar. Ellen Parsons writes.
There may be no single reason for one of the planet’s most famous exits, Evana Ho reports.
Scientists have cracked a key step in nature’s water- splitting recipe, which powers all plant life on Earth and may be harnessed to make a limitless supply of cheap renewable fuel. Will Wright reports.
ANU Press Music will be streaming new creative works by esteemed musicians from early 2020. Julia Boyd, BVArt (Hons) ’09, reports.
Researchers on the island of Luzon needed help to identify animal bones. That just happens to be the specialty of Professor Philip Piper from ANU. Jess Fagan reports.
Lao-Australian artist Savanhdary Vongpoothorn’s paintings weave together language and Buddhist tradition across cultural boundaries. Joanne Leong reports.
A strange fungal disease is killing frogs and other amphibians in Australia and other parts of the world. Never fear, though – ANU scientists are on the case to stop the killing spree. Will Wright and Peter O’Rourke report.
Scientists will build a research lab at the bottom of a gold mine in country Victoria in an effort to crack one of the Universe’s biggest mysteries. Will Wright reports.
What does the latest research predict about the future for Antarctica? Amanda Cox reports.
Undercover researchers at ANU are on the front line of a new war on drugs in cyberspace. Rachel Curtis reports.
We often overuse the word 'revolutionary'. Sometimes something revolutionary happens. Tabitha Carvan reports.
ANU scientists are working with space technology to predict droughts months in advance. Will Wright reports.
A chance find of a language fragment buried in archives of a family farm sheds light on a forgotten Indigenous language. Jane Faure-Brac reports on how the find is emblematic of the United Nation’s Year of Indigenous Languages.
A researcher has made a remarkable discovery about a group of lizards living in the Andes. Jess Fagan reports.
A refugee camp is not the easiest place to conduct field research, but when you are exploring how best to protect children during their migration journey, that is where the need is greatest. Olivia Wenholz reports.
ANU archaeologists have uncovered the earliest unambiguous evidence of ritual activity in the Torres Strait. Evana Ho reports.
PhD scholar Ilya Bobrovskiy has already revealed the earliest known animal, but you can expect some more big discoveries from this young scientist. Will Wright reports.
This artist asks questions by using burnt flags and restitched work wear. Anne-Marie Jean reports.