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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.
Australia’s ageing population poses budget risks
A new report from the Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research highlights the pressures on Australia’s economy from an ageing population.
ANU wins funding for Future Fellowships
The ANU has won funding for 16 major research projects under the Australian Research Council’s Future Fellowships program.
Public health specialists on standby for disasters
A flying squad of public health experts has been set up to help fight the outbreak of disease following major disasters.
Queen’s Birthday Honours for ANU academics
Members of the ANU community have been honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
Tour de Campus supports cancer research
Cyclists show their support for a marathon charity ride to raise money for cancer research.
Processed foods and soft drinks push up Asian salt, fat and sugar
People in developing countries across Asia are consuming more salt, fat and sugar, and could soon join the developed world’s obesity epidemic.
Possum poo study sheds light on human epidemics
A new study of the way bacteria spread amongst possums could shed light on the spread of human epidemics.
Cycling’s Tour de Campus
ANU will celebrate the use of pedal power to fund world-class cancer research on Tuesday with a special cycling Tour de Campus.
Football fever not Dengue Fever
Australian soccer fans are unlikely to be at high risk of dengue fever at next month’s FIFA World Cup in Brazil, Australian National University researchers say.
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