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Demand for a place at ANU in 2017 remains strong with 3,750 offers made to new domestic undergraduate students following the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) Main Offer Round.

Demand strong for places to study at ANU in 2017

A new twist on fusion power could help bring limitless clean energy.

A new twist on fusion power could help bring limitless clean energy

ANU researcher and renowned biological anthropologist Emeritus Professor Colin Groves has helped identify a new species of primate which has been named the 'Skywalker Hoolock gibbon' - partly because the scientists that made the discovery are Star Wars fans.

ANU helps identify new species of ‘Skywalker’ gibbon

Fiona Tito-Wheatland had some great advice for listeners on ABC Radio Canberra when she spoke to Louise Maher about her Facebook Group PhD OWLs. That's Older Wise Learners, a network for people taking on a PhD or other study later in life. With more than 500 members across the globe, it has no shortage of people both at the beginning and the end of their studies to chat to online.

Older, wiser and eager to learn: 60-year-old PhD student creates connections for older students

Professor Amin Saikal, Director of ANU Centre for Arab & Islamic Studies, highlights five points about Donald Trump's foreign policy stance.

What's next in the Donald Trump foreign policy two-step?

Dr Roald Maliangkay’s new book takes a look at the international rise of K-pop.

Caring for K-pop: ANU scholar recognised for research on Korean pop music

From the Mekong to the Murray-Darling: since he graduated in 2012, Joseph Vile has been working with farmers to make agriculture more sustainable.

From the frontline of droughts and flooding rains

Congratulations to Andreas Sherborne who is headed for The Netherlands after receiving Peter Nygh Hague Conference Internship. He is the fifth ANU College of Law graduate to be awarded this prestigious and competitive internship.

Fifth ANU College of Law Graduate receives prestigious Peter Nygh Hague Conference Internship

The Australian National University has received a $2 million grant from The Ian Potter Foundation to find ways to improve environmental management of farmlands. The funds will contribute to a five-year project headed by Professor David Lindenmayer that aims to improve environmental, economic and social outcomes in rural Australia by helping farmers better manage their farms as natural assets.

$2M grant for ANU to transform farm conservation

15-year-old Rose Weller has worked with an ANU research team to develop a way to find previously undetectable steroids in athletes. This is her second nomination as a finalist in the BHP Science and Engineering Awards, after she developed a way to clean up ocean oil spills for her year 9 science project.

Canberra teen finds new way to detect previously undetectable steroids in athletes for BHP Science and Engineering awards

Congratulations to Distinguished Professor Chennupati Jagadish who has been elected an Honorary Fellow of the Indian Academy of the Sciences, one of only two in 2017.

Indian Academy honours ANU Physicist

Congratulations to ANU College of Law senior lecturer Linda Kirk who has received a 2017 Australian Government Endeavour Research Fellowship and will spend six months at the Refugee Law Initiative at the School of Advanced Study, School of Advanced Study - University of London.

ANU Senior Lecturer and Former Senator to research refugee status determination in the UK

ANU Psychology Professor Mike Kyrios on the line between germaphobia and appropriately zealous hygiene.

Shaking hands is ‘barbaric’: Donald Trump, the germaphobe in chief

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Five women from across ANU have visited Antarctica as part of the inaugural Homeward Bound leadership expedition to Antarctica.

Antarctica trip empowers ANU women to become tomorrow’s leaders

Today's Canberra Times has a fantastic feature on "one of the nation's foremost human rights academics". How lucky we were that Peter called ANU home for so long.

Loyal public servant to 7 prime ministers rides into the sunset

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Register now for the 2017 Myanmar Update, which will explore Myanmar's recent political transformation and the far-reaching shifts in the country’s economic, social and cultural landscape:

2017 Myanmar Update

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After graduating from ANU with a PhD, Dr Lauren Du Fall's career path has taken some unexpected turns. And it's all the better for it.

Expect the unexpected and you might just land your dream job