Volume 51 Number 2
Volume 51 Number 2
Nardi Simpson and the Henrion piano at the ANU School of Music. Photo: Jamie Kidston
Evana Ho reports on how Indigenous composers are confronting Australia’s colonial past with an antique piano.
Professor David Tscharke was diagnosed with MS almost 10 years ago. He's dedicated to finding better treatment for people like himself. Photo: Jamie Kidston
Rachel Curtis reports on the ANU researcher improving treatments for MS sufferers – including himself.
Amanda Cox explores the next generation of security technology – using quantum encryption and lasers.
Professor Simon Haberle is the Director of the ANU School of Culture, History and Languages. Photo: Jamie Kidston
Rose Schmedding talks to the pollen counting team at ANU about why Canberra is the hay fever capital of Australia, and some of the exiting things that pollens can tell us about the world, history and even crime.