Donald Anthony Low – known as Anthony – was one of Australia’s most distinguished scholars on Africa who became the sixth Vice-Chancellor of ANU.
Professor Michael Raupach was a world-class researcher who was appointed Director of the ANU Climate Change Institute in early 2014. He died after a brief illness at the age of 64.
Tony Abbott’s Liberal-National Government came to power in 2013 following one of the most tumultous times in the history of Australian politics.
In biological research, taxonomy – the classification of organisms into species and groups – is a core structural principle.
The Australian National Dictionary’s AMANDA LAUGESEN treks to the west to look at language used to describe Australia’s huge distances.
Emeritus Professor Stephen Kaneff established the field of solar energy research at ANU and was a world leader in the field, designing and building the world’s first commercial solar energy power station.
Professor Peter McGregor was instrumental in the success of the Mount Stromlo Observatory and he spent all but two years of his working life there. He died in March 2015 at the age of 59.
Vietnam as if… follows five young people who have moved from the countryside to the city.
A quirky 1960s phrase had more of a sinister tone than it suggested, as Australian National Dictionary editor AMANDA LAUGESEN, BA (Hons) ’97, PhD ’01 writes.