Media releases

Image: Chris Ford on flickr.com
26
Sep

Ancient sea levels give clues to natural sea rise

ANU Scientists have produced the first detailed record of sea levels over the past 500,000 years and spanning five ice ages

Photo by Stuart Hay.
25
Sep

New app offers relief for hay fever sufferers

A new app will help hay fever sufferers keep track of pollen levels.

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.

From left to right: ACT Chief Minister Katy Gallagher, ANU Chancellor Gareth Evans, Michelle Melbourne (Intelledox  co-founder and Executive Director), Phillip Williamson (Intelledox co-founder and CEO), and Chris Grange, ANU Executive Director of Administration and Planning.
09
Sep

Reshaping philanthropy with major gift to ANU

Entrepreneurs Michelle Melbourne and Phillip Williamson are redefining modern philanthropy with a major donation to help the University streamline its administration processes.

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26
Aug

New funds to bolster ANU clean energy research

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has awarded more than $9 million to five ANU clean energy projects.

Astronaut Chris Hadfield (l) with Professor Matthew Colless and Dr Roger Franzen from the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics. Image: D Paterson, ANU
25
Aug

Singing astronaut inspects space engineering projects

Astronaut Chris Hadfield has met ANU astronomers who are working to make space exploration safer.

Dr Kastoori Hingorani in her lab at the research School of Biology. Image: Stuart Hay
21
Aug

Water and sunlight the formula for sustainable fuel

An ANU team has successfully replicated one of the crucial steps in photosynthesis, opening the way for biological systems powered by sunlight which could manufacture hydrogen as a fuel.

Dr Rachel Wood with a 40,000 year old bone of a red deer, showing human cut marks. Image Stuart Hay
21
Aug

Neanderthals and Modern Humans coexisted

For several thousand years Neanderthals and modern humans lived alongside one another in Europe, a new study has found.

Dr Julia Ellyard
19
Aug

Genetic key to lupus shows potential of personalised medicine

DNA sequencing of a lupus patient has identified a specific genetic mutation that is causing the disease, opening the way for personalised treatments.

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PhD students Giovanni Guccione (L) and Harry Slatyer examine their gold coated silver gallium nanowire in the Quantum Optics labs
15
Aug

Laser makes microscopes way cooler

Laser physicists have found a way to make atomic-force microscope probes 20 times more sensitive and capable of detecting forces as small as the weight of an individual virus

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The silver gallium nanowire is 500 times finer than a human hair. Image: Quantum Optics Group, ANU
The silver gallium nanowire is 500 times finer than a human hair. Image: Quantum Optics Group, ANU

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