Recognising Indigenous service personnel
A group of researchers from the Australian National University are about to start compiling the nation’s first comprehensive record of Indigenous service in the defence forces, in a move they say will help reconciliation.
Cricket researchers at Mullagh Cup
ANU researchers have takien their inquiry into Indigenous participation in cricket to the home of one of Australia’s greatest Indigenous cricketers, Johnny Mullagh.
Lasers to clean up space junk
Mount Stromlo researchers will play a lead role in cleaning up space junk, Gravity style, under a new $20 million Cooperative Research Centre.
Minister launches new cyber security program at ANU
Communications Minister the Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP has launched a new ANU-based program on cyberspace and cyber security as the world deals with new challenges posed by the Internet and technology.
Bright future for Fulbright scholars
Four ANU academics have been honoured as Fulbright Scholars, the most out of any Australian university for 2014.
ANU Spaces – Kirk Fonseca
Meet Kirk Fonseca, who has started up his own not-for-profit organisation to help crack down on food waste and feed uni students.
Perks and perils of being a national treasure
If you thought Miss Universe competitions or child beauty pageants were grueling, spare a thought for South Koreans vying to become a ‘National Treasure’ in the traditional performing arts scene.
ANU community celebrates sustainability
On Thursday 20th February, the ANU community gathered in Union Court for the 7th annual Celebrate Sustainability Day.
Know your campus
Last edition’s Know Your Campus photo was taken of the UNA sculpture in the Science precinct. Congratulations to Vanessa Howieson who won a $20 Co-op Bookshop voucher for correctly identifying the location of the photo.
Why are so many Australians obese and how can we fix it?