Scientists find new way to fight Malaria drug resistance
An anti-malarial treatment that lost its status as the leading weapon against the deadly disease could be given a new lease of life, with new research indicating it simply needs to be administered differently.
ANU appoints Michael Kyrios to head Psychology
Professor Michael Kyrios has been appointed Director of the Research School of Psychology in the College of Medicine, Biology and Environment.
Children feel unsafe around alcohol use
Excessive use of alcohol, aggressive drivers and the threat of violence make children feel unsafe in their communities, a landmark study from the Australian National University and University of Western Sydney has found.
Family in focus
An old school addition to the Canberra neonatal ward is making a big difference to new parents and bubs.
Cricket researchers at Mullagh Cup
ANU researchers have takien their inquiry into Indigenous participation in cricket to the home of one of Australia’s greatest Indigenous cricketers, Johnny Mullagh.
Why are so many Australians obese and how can we fix it?
Stopping the spread of sarcoma
Research into sarcoma, an area of cancer that receives little attention, received a major boost this week with the presentation of $40,000 towards a newly named scholarship established by the Sarah Grace Sarcoma Foundation.
Lupus research gets a boost
Dr Simon Jiang’s postgraduate studies on understanding the devastating disease lupus has received a big boost thanks to a nearly $50,000 scholarship from the National Health and Medical Research Council.
National centre to Close the Gap
A new national centre for research into Indigenous health will help close the gap on Indigenous health and life expectancy.