Gravitational waves are vibrations of space and time themselves, one of the most outlandish predictions of Einstein’s 1916 General Theory of Relativity.
More than 25 years on the frontline of HIV and public health has led Dr Mark Dybul to tackle some of the biggest health crises across the world.
A shared identity that links Australians of all backgrounds is what journalist Stan Grant wrote about in his latest book.
Bringing the ancient items of the ANU Classics Museum to life has become a passion for Ricky Vukovic.
Barkandji woman Junette Mitchell has a clear memory of the day in 1991 when the remains of Mungo Lady returned home to Willandra Lakes.
ANU nearly missed out on Brian Schmidt. More than 20 years ago, with a PhD in his hand, Schmidt applied three times for astronomy jobs at the University. He was successful on the third attempt.
“I think colour is the most exciting element in painting today,” says artist Dick Watkins.
Hidden behind trees alongside Sullivans Creek lies a place of scholastic energy and aesthetic tranquility.
“Last year, students found they spent $2-$3 per week on photocopying. It is advisable to save every five-cent piece for photocopying,” the guide said.
Next-generation dye-sensitised solar cells are more efficient than current commercial solar cells and work in lower light conditions. They are predicted to revolutionise solar power generation in the next decade.
"It was a pretty hairy situation because someone called the cops, who I then had to show my ID to and explain why I had lied to the whalers."
When the world’s first computer was switched on, it ended a 50-year journey. It was a voyage into the unknown started by a mathematician who had no idea how to build the thing.
Either embarrass yourself in front of your friends or show everyone why you should be a professional singer.
Why would you be a stereotype? Textbooks are essential, booze has its role but why eat takeaway? Be healthy and thrifty; it is possible.
As the national university of Australia, ANU has built strong links around the world. As a student, you can benefit from this.
New ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2011 and says it can be done in five steps.
Welcome to ANU, you've made a great choice coming here. We realise starting something new can be challenging, so having a guiding hand can make all the difference.
If you think vitamin tablets are just as good as real thing, think again. TEGAN DOLSTRA reports.
When it comes to punishing those who reveal state secrets, democratic governments are stretching the definition of 'national security' to mean whatever they want it to mean, reports BELINDA CRANSTON.