An inspiring project is opening the minds of young migrants to the world of science.
Professor Brad Pillans is fulfilling a boyhood dream to document the natural and human history of Lake George, revealing a window into how the region might change in the future.
New research from ANU has revealed that the centre of the Earth is out of sync with the rest of the planet, frequently speeding up and slowing down.
An astronomy-inspired sculpture by renowned international artist Wolfgang Buttress has been unveiled in the new ANU Science Precinct.
A team of archaeologists led by Dr Marc Oxenham from ANU recently completed a two month excavation of what is perhaps the earliest cemetery site in Southeast Asia.
High levels of antibodies passed on to children by their mothers may help with the effectiveness of childhood vaccines, says Laureate Professor Rolf Zinkernagel.
ANU has partnered with the Geological Society of Australia in establishing the National Rock Garden.
Summer ice melting in the Antarctic Peninsula has intensified almost ten-fold in the last 600 years according to research from ANU and the British Antarctic Survey.
Penis size influences a man’s sex appeal, and the taller the man, the bigger the effect, research from ANU has revealed.
Siding Spring Observatory has reopened to the public following the completion of extensive post-bushfire safety works by the University and the Shire of Warrumbungle.