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Professor Marc Oxenham's expertise spans bioarchaeology, archaeology and forensic anthropology. He has dedicated a month a year for the past seven years to the Australian Defence Forces’ Unrecovered War Casualties Unit - Army. Now he has been named a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.

ANU archaeology and anthropology scholar elected humanities fellow

For the first time in over 50 years, tiny eastern quoll babies are thriving on the Australian mainland thanks to a special wildlife sanctuary project.

Endangered Eastern Quoll Babies Seen For The First Time In Decades | Animals | National Geographic

Congratulations to ANU photographer Stuart Hay for winning the international ‘Science as Art’ competition, run by the Materials Research Society.

The image ‘Walls of Water’, features an Australian dollar coated with an ultra-transparent superhydrophobic composite coating developed by PhD student William Wong, from the Nanotechnology Research Laboratory at the ANU Research School of Engineering.
A new report by criminology students at The Australian National University into combatting online child exploitation material has found there is confusion among experts about how to best combat the global problem.

ANU online child exploitation report calls for clarity

Each year a group of ANU students visit Kosciuszko National Park to get hands-on experience of how all the different elements of the environment, including soils, geology, climate and ecology, interact.

Investigating the impact of climate change on the Murray-Darling Basin, provides a solid case-study of what happens when environmental systems are under pressure from biophysical and social...
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Congratulations to Hiroe Swen, former lecturer in the ANU School of Art Ceramics Workshop for almost 30 years, who has been awarded the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Rays by the Government of Japan. What an achievement!

Hiroe Swen, former ANU ceramics lecturer awarded the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Rays

More than 90 influential stakeholders across government, business and academia will take part in Australia's first cyber security game to help prepare the country for the online challenges of the future and reduce the A$17 billion lost to cybercrime each year.

Cyber game to prepare Australia for future challenges

ANU scientists have designed a nano crystal around 500 times smaller than a human hair that turns darkness into visible light and can be used to create light-weight night-vision glasses.

ANU invention to inspire new night-vision specs

One of the great things about studying at ANU is the experience – on and off campus. Explore a vibrant lifestyle in Canberra’s bustling, trendy suburbs. Award-winning baristas, nightlife and restaurants are all a few minutes’ walk from some of the best student ressies in Australia. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Scientists have developed a new optical chip for a telescope that enables astronomers to have a clear view of alien planets that may support life.

New telescope chip offers clear view of alien planets

Researchers from ANU have received more than $16 million in the latest funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), including major funding for projects to improve health of Indigenous Australians.

NHMRC funding boost for ANU medical research

The Vietnam Field School introduces students to contemporary Southeast Asia by focusing on case studies from central Vietnam. The in-country work includes field trips, a village stay, language training, urban homestay, as well as formal classes given by staff from ANU and from the University of Da Nang. In this video undergraduate Abi Rajkumar talks about her experience taking the trip. The...
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ANU students Jackson Carey and Hugh Evans will be spending summer on the road when they ride from Melbourne to Cairns to raise money for cancer research. The two join a team of 25 who will be cycling more than 4,000km over 45 days, passing through towns and cities that make up 65 per cent of the Australian population.

Riding 4,000 kms – all in a summer’s break

ANU has paid tribute to Emeritus Professor Howard Bradbury AM, who dedicated 26 years to eradicating Konzo, a crippling neurological disease caused by high levels of a cyanide compound found in cassava, a common staple food in Africa.

Vale Emeritus Professor Howard Bradbury

Cockatoos rule at #ourANU. Thanks to the Mulligans Flat team on Twitter (@MFGO_Exp).
Imagine hugging molten hot glass that sits between 700-800 degrees Celsius in temperature. Yes, you read that correctly, hugging hot molten glass! This is exactly what Bachelor of Visual Arts (honours) student Catherine Newton did when she created her work, known as Mum's hugs, as part of her honours studies at the ANU School of Art this semester.

The importance of hugs: ANU art student's affinity for hot glass

Congratulations to the two ANU Professors, Michael Platow and Paul Francis, named among Australia's best teachers.

ANU academics named among Australia’s best teachers

A team of physicists at ANU have used a technique known as 'ghost imaging' to create an image of an object from atoms that never interact with it.

ANU demonstrates 'ghost imaging' with atoms

After graduating from ANU, Lee Constable wanted a career that combined science, drama and communication. She’s now hit the dream-job jackpot, presenting a science show on national TV.

Broadening the SCOPE of a science degree

A class of biology students travelled to the Kioloa Coastal Campus for the weekend to study the functional diversity of plants. In this video hear from the participants and see what the trip involved.