Evana Ho reports on how Indigenous composers are confronting Australia’s colonial past with an antique piano.
A new research partnership will help build a national defence system against catastrophic bushfires and stop them in their tracks before they become deadly. James Giggacher reports.
Rachel Curtis reports on the ANU researcher improving treatments for MS sufferers – including himself.
Sunbathing and stormwater don’t normally go together. Tabitha Carvan reports on the ANU researcher who thinks they should, and why we need fresh, Indigenous-informed perspectives on drains and water.
ANU researchers are helping save lost Australian stories etched in iconic, ancient trees. Will Wright reports.
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown up some of the biggest ethical challenges, including lockdowns and the allocation of scare resources like ventilators. Adam Spence and Will Wright report on how philosophy helps answer these questions.
Sarah Wilson reports on the bold initiative using electric vehicles to power our energy grids.
Amanda Cox explores the next generation of security technology – using quantum encryption and lasers.
COVID-19 and climate change are fundamentally different challenges. However, lessons from the pandemic may help us better meet one of the biggest threats to life on this planet. Lamis Kazak reports.
Every year, millions of women across the globe face the threat of human trafficking. Liz Drummond reports on the ANU graduate working with one organisation that supports at risk women in India.
The Australian National University’s contribution to the fight against coronavirus in Australia has spanned the desert to the sea and has been built on cross-campus collaboration. Kierra Jade Maciver and Rachel Curtis report.
Pop songs might not be everyone’s taste. But could listening to the smooth sounds of artists like Justin Bieber be good for your health? Jessica Fagan reports on a new AI system that can track how your body and brain like to boogie and what it means for our health.
Rose Schmedding talks to the pollen counting team at ANU about why Canberra is the hay fever capital of Australia, and some of the exiting things that pollens can tell us about the world, history and even crime.
Tom Fearon reports on a student overcoming a degenerative eye disease to graduate with a degree in law.
Scientists have invented a new gel that mimics biological matter in a ground-breaking study, which could revolutionise medical implants and robotics. Will Wright reports.
Jane Faure-Brac explores lessons about social class from the recent discovery of skeletons dating back to the Middle Ages.
“When facts are ignored you need to speak up for change.” Kamalini Lokuge – doctor, humanitarian, researcher, activist. Liz Drummond reports.
When he graduated from ANU with a Bachelor of Economics in 1977, Barry Morris knew he just wanted to have his own business. But he could not have imagined heading the Morris Property Group, a leading property business that is changing the urban landscape today.
Ellen Broad is a Senior Fellow at the Autonomy, Agency and Assurance Institute (3Ai). She joined 3Ai in mid-October 2019, and watched the Master students demonstrate their cyber-physical systems during her first week at the Institute.
Author, professor, ambassador and former member of President Barack Obama’s cabinet Samantha Power visited ANU. Jo White reports.