Flicking through the pages of ANU Reporter has been a staple of life for ANU staff, students and alumni for nearly five decades.
International climate change agreements have been the political hot potato in recent years but things are looking more positive for a global meeting in Paris in November, as CLARE de CASTELLA reports.
As human kind reaches further and further towards the stars, space law is paving the foundations for the way we govern outer space, now and in the future. KATHARINE PIERCE reports.
Why is Justin Bieber famous? ANU researchers are determined to find the answer, as AMELIA BIDGOOD explains
ANU has become a leading global centre for Indonesian economic studies during the past 50 years.
After a year of experiments, ANU scientists have created new materials that could revolutionise the technology industry.
A world famous rock star is probably not someone you’d expect to find on the ANU campus, as NATASSJA HOOGSTAD HAY, BA (Hons) ‘08, BAsianStudies ‘08 discovers.
Being a world leader in Chinese studies has often come with complications for ANU staff, particularly in the early stages of the Cold War.
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.
REBECCA BLACKBURN, GradDipRes&EnvMan (Hons) ‘99, BA ‘91, BSc ‘91 takes a look back at staff suggestions for saving energy around campus in the July 1982 edition of ANU Reporter.
The importance of putting the right policies and priorities in place to tackle Australia’s expanding horizon of national security risks.
I never believed in those advertisements or campaigns that always had some cliché slogan of, "Are you strong enough?" or "Can you overcome adversity?"
Challenges and uncertainty have been a daily occurrence in Myanmar for many decades. But recent political movements have created hope for the country’s people.
Take a few minutes with astrophysicist DR PAUL FRANCIS, from the ANU Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics.
In 1966, Tim Overall started an economics degree. In 1966, Tim Overall’s number was also called.
ANU alumni and high school educators WILL LUTWYCHE, BA ’12, and AMELIA GREEN, LLB ’14, B Asia-Pacific Studies ’14, discover teaching doesn’t always mean referring to text books.
The ANU campus may be green from its many trees but it’s becoming greener through energy conservation.
Undergraduate student RACHAEL STEVENS opens up about her struggles with anorexia and severe depression.