The university experience very often comes with roommates. Whether good or bad, some people will stick in your mind forever. Here’s what some of our students had to say about their experiences.
Women make a much greater contribution to the economy than many think. As mammals, they make milk.
As the global population continues to rise, the challenges of giving people access to healthy and nutritious food grow by the day.
War came so fast a century ago, and so unexpectedly, and everything changed so completely when it came, that it still shocks one today.
During his successful Governor of Jakarta election campaign in 2012, Joko Widodo (or Jokowi) liked to tell a story.
During the past couple of years, the debate about whether ANU should invest in companies related to the fossil fuels industry has intensified.
In combining artistic license and mathematical algorithms, Jonathan McCabe Ma (EA) ’00 has created a career-long passion that has taken his work around the world.
Many women use menopausal hormone therapy (MHT, also known as HRT) but our new research has shown menopausal Australian women who are currently using MHT have double the risk of breast cancer compared to those who have never used it.
After prolonged debate, deliberation and delay, the Healthy Welfare Card will soon be launched at two trial sites in remote Australia.
The protection of citizens abroad evokes many ideas about citizenship, values, foreign relations, human rights, diplomacy and law.
NATASSJA HOOGSTAD HAY, BA (Hons) ‘08, BAsianStudies ‘08 looks at what’s behind Canberra’s cultural renaissance.
Hidden away in a non-descript building on campus is a stunning take on life in a by-gone age, as RICHARD FOX and KATE PRESTT uncover.
BELINDA CRANSTON surveys the complexities of a 50-year-old building called Coombs – a place where being lost can lead to discovery.
An innovative digital project by the National Centre of Biography is retracing the great expeditions of the European explorers in Australia.
There's an app for everything these days but Dr Antonio Tricoli and his team are on the quest to develop one that actually has practical uses - to diagnose lung cancer.
The First World War was a brutal affair. About 61,720 out of 330,000 Australian personnel died.
Professor Tony McMichael was the world's leading scholar and commentator on the relationship between climate change and human health.
Henry Prinsep is known as Western Australia’s first Chief Protector of Aborigines in the colonial government of Sir John Forrest.
From harsh, rough carvings depicting the emotional stages of grief to smooth kiln-formed glasswork, the ANU School of Art Graduating Exhibition is a feast for the senses.