The missing photo
The story of a mysterious ant collector and two-time enemy alien.
A research project on Christianity in the Pacific is revealing just how much of the human spirit is common to both the West and Oceania.
Recognising Indigenous service personnel
A group of researchers from the Australian National University are about to start compiling the nation’s first comprehensive record of Indigenous service in the defence forces, in a move they say will help reconciliation.
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.
Perks and perils of being a national treasure
If you thought Miss Universe competitions or child beauty pageants were grueling, spare a thought for South Koreans vying to become a ‘National Treasure’ in the traditional performing arts scene.
Kylie the kangaroo to help kids beat bushfire trauma
As the Australian bushfire season draws to a close, a new animated video from the ANU-based Trauma and Grief Network will help parents and children recover from the trauma of a bushfire.
Dr Diplomacy to help resuscitate the gender agenda
An ANU academic is heading to New York to be part of an Australian government delegation focused on gender equality.
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Citizen scientists take on a nuclear crisis
Ordinary residents are doing extraordinary things in the wake of Japan’s 2011 triple disaster, writes Tabitha Carvan.
Restorative justice helps victims, cuts crime
A major new international study has backed pioneering work by the University into restorative justice, finding criminals are less likely to re-offend after meeting their victims face to face.