Shedding new light on the origins of life
Hydrogen peroxide, more commonly associated with bleached hair, may have been the key to early life on Earth.
Leading the fractal revolution
There is a fractal revolution underway and Professor Michael Barnsley is leading the charge.
Kirk to head Science College
Professor Kiaran Kirk has been appointed as the Dean of the ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment, and will take up the role in April 2014.
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Mathematicians are heading online to brainstorm some ancient problems.
Prime time for mathematicians
Wiki-paging, blogging mathematicians are setting their minds to an ancient prime number problem.
Emeritus Professor Rodney Baxter has been honoured by the world’s oldest science academy.
Royal Medal for remarkable mathematician
Emeritus Professor Rodney Baxter has been awarded a Royal Society’s Royal Medal for his breakthrough work in mathematics.
Students add value to maths community
A student-led maths conference covering everything from modelling bee behaviour to predicting floods and tsunamis is underway on campus this week.
Carbon reduction research funding for ANU
New funding will extend the application of 3D X-ray microscopy developed at ANU.