A new applied science is being created, a discipline so new it hasn’t been named yet. Rachel Curtis reports.
A new online tool will allow people to discover trends in voter attitudes towards hot-button issues. Ross Peake reports.
A new film examines the debate about the return of Indigenous remains. Adam Spence reports.
ANU scientists have high hopes their technology will help spell the end of fossil fuels in Australia’s electricity grid. Will Wright reports.
ANU partnered with the ABC in May to take on its Guinness World Record for the most people stargazing in a country at the same time. Rose Schmedding reports on an event that brought together tens of thousands of people around Australia.
A new residential hall built on the foundations of resilience, humour and a readiness to give back will open its doors in 2019, thanks to the vision of two of Australia's most generous philanthropists. Ross Peake reports.
Skaidrite Darius innocuously forged a path for gender equality while making a significant contribution to the University’s first computer processing program. Rebecca McKenzie-McHarg reports.
Ningaloo Reef might be famous for its whale sharks and stunning seascape but for ANU researchers, the real star of the show is seaweed. Tabitha Carvan reports.
Unexpected partnerships across the University campus are producing innovative and successful collaborations, as Evana Ho writes.
Where do you start if you're trying to invent an engaging method to visualise climate change data? Ross Peake reports.
A haunting display of abstracts relates the loss of many friends, as Simon Jenkins reports.
Two researchers are investigating if a new invention can help diabetes patients, as Colleen Bell reports.
The Chifley Library’s collection will grow in new directions to replace the books lost in the deluge in late February, as Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington writes.
A research project in Australia and Sweden is trying to understand how bogong moths perform incredible feats of navigation. Kate Prestt reports.
Old-fashioned forms of mapmaking have been important to how nations interact, as Professor Rory Medcalf writes.
Dr Fiona Beck, PhD ’11, one of Australia’s most promising early career researchers, hopes to influence the next generation of optoelectronic technologies. Rebecca McKenzie-McHarg reports.
Comic book expert Dr Chris Bishop is exploring the changing perceptions of violence against women, as Evana Ho reports.
Are you cured? That’s the question being asked of Professor Ian Chubb AC after his remarkable recovery from cancer. He says he doesn’t know, but hopes so. He tells Ross Peake the experience has inspired him into a campaign.
Miscommunication in hospitals can have fatal consequences for patients. What can be done to improve how clinicians share patient information? Evana Ho reports.