Tropical stalagmites have ice age answers
Hidden deep underground in Indonesian caves, the missing link in the demise of the last ice age has been uncovered in stalagmites, which have provided a 31,000 year-long record of Australasian monsoon activity.
The Chancellor, Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AC QC, today paid tribute to the late Nelson Mandela.
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Changing environments a challenge for the brain
The brain is constantly dealing with challenges that we are probably unaware of.
Thailand’s stark choice
As Thai opposition leader Suthep Thaugsuban calls protestors to arms, the country is heading for civil conflict, writes Andrew Walker.
A simple eye test for multiple sclerosis
Scientists at ANU have opened the door to a quick and simple way of tracking the severity of multiple sclerosis.
Two degree warming too much
The long-term temperature consequences of the Earth warming by 2°C by the year 2100 have been severely underestimated and urgent strategies of emission reduction are needed to reach a more sustainable target.
Chief Scientist Ian Chubb launches The Curious Country
The Curious Country, a collection of essays covering the diverse areas of science Australians are curious about, will be launched by Chief Scientist of Australia Ian Chubb at ANU this week.