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Scientists from ANU and around the world have detected for the first time gravitational waves from the collision of two stars about 130m light years away.
A new science program for people with intellectual disabilities has delivered great educational, social and economic benefits to students.
Smoking-related deaths among Indigenous Australians are likely to continue to rise over the next decade despite reductions in smoking over the past 20 years.
Moving to a new country, making new friends and settling into a new environment might sound like an introverts nightmare, but not for psychology student Shaza.
When you meet Laura Campbell, a fourth year law and psychology student at ANU, she appears the picture of health.
ANU has welcomed this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics for the ground-breaking work to detect gravitational waves.
A study led by ANU has warned that Melbourne and Sydney should prepare for 50 degree Celsius days under the Paris Agreement global warming limit of 2 degrees.
Associate Professor Rowena Ball shares her experiences of working with students in remote Queensland communities for the STEM Professionals in Schools program.
Whether he’s in Singapore, Australia or Africa, Bachelor of Medical Science student Sam Kwong is determined to make a scientific contribution to society.
But for around 18% of Australians, Spring brings another kind of fever… hay fever. The culprit? Pollen.
Days after the Government announced a new Australian Space Agency, ANU has signed a new agreement with the German space agency and space Centre DLR.
ANU will lead a new project announced by the federal government to enhance Australia’s defence capability.