The first team from the ANU to take part in the World Solar Challenge has received a major boost with MTAA Super, the $10 billion Canberra-based superannuation fund, joining the project as its naming sponsor.

MTAA Super to partner with ANU solar car team
Meet Margot Kelly, an ANU Juris Doctor student and Rural Reporter with ABC Tasmania.

Understanding our society.
Featuring Dean of Engineering & Computing at ANU, Professor Elanor Huntington, these women are Canberra's 'hidden figures' inspiring women into science and technology careers.

These three women are Canberra's 'hidden figures'
ANU Medical School takes the lead in stamping out bullying and harassment in the medical profession.

ANU Medical School helps fight bullying, harassment
Research led by ANU on the use of magnets to steer light has opened the door to new communications systems which could be smaller, cheaper and more agile than fibre optics.

Research opens door to smaller, cheaper, more agile communications tech
If you like your education to involve a healthy dose of adventure, the Coral Reef Field Studies course is for you. Students spend nearly two weeks on One Tree Island – a remote island on the Great Barrier Reef. Not only do they learn from world-class ANU researchers, they get to experience the reef first-hand. In this video Joey and Erin share their experiences from the course.
ANU will partner with the Women's Development Agency and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in a new $9.5 million project to develop a world-first gender-sensitive and multidimensional measure of poverty.

ANU to help measure global gender data gaps in poverty
The ANU recipient of the 2017 Westpac Research Fellowship, Dr Amy King, says she hopes to use the next three years to pursue extensive research on China that will help Australia strengthen its understanding of the region.

Leading China Australia research: Amy King receives Westpac Fellowship
ANU researchers have won a $1.5 million Innovation Award grant for type 1 diabetes research.

ANU wins $1.5 million grant for type 1 diabetes research
Are you on Snapchat? There will be two custom ANU filters available today as part of O-week. Follow the official Snapchat at anuexperience.
Commencement Address is happening today!

This annual event is an opportunity to welcome our new and returning students to the community and show them why ANU is so special.

If you can't make it we'll be live streaming the event here on Facebook from 10am.

ANU 2017 Commencement Address

Welcome to O-Week 2017!
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ANU archaeology student Coco James made a suprise discovery when digging up a grave site in Transylvania that left researchers scratching their heads.

Romanian skeleton puzzles archaeologists
Welcome to O-Week 2017!
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Our Vice-Chancellor Brian Schmidt is delighted to welcome our new and returning students to ANU in 2017. Check out his special message to all of you.
Welcome to O-Week 2017!

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ANU School of Art & Design's Dr Martyn Jolly is working with a team of experts to shine a light on the once-ubiquitous magic lantern and restore its place in our collective memory.

Dr Jolly’s magic lanterns
Hi everyone, just a reminder to stay safe and cool in this hot weather.

Drink plenty of water, protect yourself from the sun, and if you suspect that you or someone you know may be suffering serious heat stress, do not hesitate to call Emergency Triple-Zero (000) from a mobile phone or (0000) from any ANU internal phone.

More helpful tips in the link below.

Stay cool, look after yourself and look out for others
Join the Australian Youth Orchestra to celebrate 60 years of magnificent music making. Australia's finest young musicians will take the stage alongside internationally renowned cellist Li-Wei Qin, in a showcase of engaging classical works.

Led by accomplished English conductor Andrew Gourlay, hear classics like Rachmaninov’s rapturous Symphony No.2 and Elgar’s beautifully moving Cello...
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AYO February Season | Canberra - Australian Youth Orchestra