Pacific

Dr Phuong Tran at the ANU Research School of Biology. Photo: Stuart Hay, ANU
09
Sep

Weakness in malaria parasite fats could see new treatments

Female malaria parasite store fat differently to males, an insight that could lead to new drugs in the battle with the deadly disease.

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe meets ANU students Sigourney  Irvine (L), Akira Kinefuchi and Catherine Hallett (R).
08
Jul

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visits ANU

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has visited The Australian National University, in recognition of the University’s long-standing and growing links with Japan.

Former US Assistant Secretary of State Kurt Campbell speaks at the Crawford Australian Leadership Forum.
30
Jun

ANU Crawford forum brings experts together to discuss global issues

Experts from around the world have come together at the Australian National University to discuss some of the most pressing issues facing the world.

Photo by Stuart Hay
18
Jun

Minister opens State of the Pacific Conference

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has opened the State of the Pacific Conference, using her speech to urge more private investment to drive economic growth in the region, and more work to empower women.

Photo by Stuart Hay
14
May
Photo by Amelia Bidgood
13
May

Malcolm Fraser urges an end to Aust-US alliance

Former Liberal Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser uses an address at ANU to urge Australia to distance itself from the United States.

Japanese flag. Photo courtesy mmphotography.it on flickr
08
Apr

It’s a deal

Japan has taken the first step towards addressing its own food security issues by striking a new trade deal with Australia, an ANU expert says.

Overbeck surrounded by harem 'girls' in a NSW internment camp.
12
Mar

The missing photo

The story of a mysterious ant collector and two-time enemy alien.

Professor Margaret Jolly.
12
Mar

Kindred spirits

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.

PNG
17
Feb

Supporting violence victims

A project to improve services for family and sexual violence victims in Papua New Guinea has received $3 million in Australian aid funding.

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