Ancient sea-levels give new clues on ice ages
International researchers, led by ANU, have developed a new way to determine sea-level changes and deep-sea temperature variability over the past 5.3 million years.
The very big picture on climate change
Two ANU experts have made a significant contribution to the IPCC’s latest climate change report.
From fish to footy as ANU meets AFL
The AFL’s newest goal umpire doubles as an ANU student – and she’s only the third woman to take on the challenge of umpiring.
Closing the gap in higher education
AIME (Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience) has officially been launched at ANU.
Easter egg hunting with a twist
The ANU organic garden’s next sustainable art project is Easter egg decorating and hunting – they even have their own chicken coop.
Still standing after 100 years
Members of the ANU Fenner School of Environment and Society and Friends of the Arboretum have gathered to sing happy birthday to two of the oldest trees on campus.
Possum magic survives Black Saturday
After the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires in the Central Highlands of Victoria, only one species of possum endured in the blackened areas: the mountain brushtail.
ANU scientists elected as Academy of Science Fellows
The Australian Academy of Science has honoured seven ANU scientists by electing them as Fellows in recognition of their contribution to scientific research.
PhD graduate scores top ANU Gender Institute prize
A PhD student’s first-person account of nine young women migrating from Burma to Thailand has been hailed by the ANU Gender Institute as a fine example of feminist scholarship.
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New scholarships and grants for landscape conservation
Australian natural resource scientist, Dr Rob Lesslie, along with his family, have set up a generous new endowment to help promote sustainable management of Australia’s natural landscape.