Africa

Juvenile black howling monkey resting in a Cecropia tree. Photo by Meagan Ody.
19
Jan

Howler hurricane

A hurricane has caused howler monkeys in Belize to “accidentally” eat parasite-infested ants.

Nelson Mandela at ANU, September 2000.
06
Dec
2013

Vale Mandela

The Chancellor, Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AC QC, today paid tribute to the late Nelson Mandela.

Jeeven at the One Young World Summit.
19
Nov
2013

Power of the people

Law and economics student Jeeven Nadanakumar represented Australia at the One Young World Summit in South Africa in October.

The Opening Ceremony of the One Young World Summit.
18
Oct
2013

Power to the people

What’s it was like to be inspired by the likes of Kofi Annan and Richard Branson? Undergrad Jeeven Nadanakumar writes about representing Australia at the One Young World Summit in South Africa.

George Gyude Wisner II
15
Oct
2013

Master’s student George turns a new page

A master’s student from the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific is proving that story telling isn’t just for the professionals.

Howard Bradbury
04
Jun
2012

Crushing konzo

The world’s poorest people no longer face tragedy in every mouthful, thanks to the efforts of a modest man of science.

Filed under: Africa, ANU, ANU Reporter, Health, Science, Staff
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Alecia Carter. Photo by Tegan Dolstra.
04
Jun
2012

Honorary African

The Namibian desert is home to some vibrant personalities.

Filed under: Africa, ANU, ANU Reporter, Environment, Science, Students
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Professor Jill Gready.
01
Dec
2011

Grains for gains

Jill Gready’s potentially world-changing plant engineering techniques could help save millions of people from starvation.

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