Herpes remains active even when no symptoms appear
EIghty per cent of Australians carry the herpes virus – and although it mostly seems dormant ANU virologists have found our cells are having to fight the virus constantly.
Ben Treffers wins gold at Commonwealth Games
Congratulations to ANU student Ben Treffers on his Commonwealth Games gold medal in the 50m backstroke event.
New partnership builds bridges across the Pacific
Pacific studies students at The Australian National University could find themselves based in Hawaii as part of their research under an agreement between the ANU and the University of Hawaii.
An education built from experience for PhD scholar
For many students, getting the practical experience and real-life insight to support their learning is often an afterthought. But for ANU College of Law PhD scholar, Veronica Fynn, it’s been something she’s had little choice about
Traditional teaching forms under the microscope
The aim of the latest Blow up the Lecture panel discussion is to encourage the community to think about ways ANU can provide future inspirational learning experiences, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington says.
Prominent Australians join ANU Governing Council
The Australian National University has welcomed four new members to its governing Council.
New ANU Reporter launched
ANU Reporter has a fresh new look, a free tablet app and a collection of new articles written by students, staff, members of the emeritus faculty and alumni.
ANU Spaces – Seth Robinson
Meet Seth Robinson … who has just completed a Bachelor of Arts at ANU.
Australia’s Islamic leadership missing in action
New research questions whether Australia’s Islamic clerical leaders are doing enough to deter Australian jihadists from joining conflicts overseas.