Join the hunt with ANU astronomers for new planets at Mount Stromlo on 6 April. Register now as tickets are limited. #stargazinglive [ Link ]
It is said that a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush but when it comes to bettongs it might actually be the reverse: a bettong in the bush is worth two in the hand. Will Batson from the Australian National University explains why.

A bettong in the bush is worth…
ANU astronomy will take centre stage around the world as BBC and ABC host a series of live stargazing events from the ANU Siding Spring Observatory over two weeks in March and April. Read more at [ Link ]
ANU student Karlie Noon is connecting Indigenous knowledge with astronomy and astrophysics research #stargazingABC

Meet the stargazer whose research started 60,000 years ago
During BBC Stargazing Live from 28 to 30 March UK time, follow us to see all the action behind the scenes. We’ll be launching an exciting new citizen science project investigating the Universe using the SkyMapper telescope at the ANU Siding Spring Observatory – watch this space…

Stargazing Live comes to ANU
The Women and National Security Conference will put gender front and centre of security, defence and foreign policy. Hear from defence minister Senator Marise Payne, shadow foreign affairs minister Senator Penny Wong and many other prominent national and international speakers. Register now for 4-5 April.

Women and National Security Conference
Jump into your DeLorean, grab your Time Turner, step into your TARDIS or strap into your Complicated Contraption and travel to this ANU Physics lecture all about the actual proposed methods of time travel.

Time Travel: what's the current status?
Today we are joining the global community in celebrating World Water Day! As one of the largest water consumers in the ACT, ANU has set the ultimate goal of decreasing its water footprint by 50% by 2020 (compared to the 2014 level). Read more: [ Link ]
Get the ark ready Canberra. Thanks to Instagrammer @djazzopardi #anu #ouranu #sullies
ANU astronomy will take centre stage around the world as BBC and ABC host a series of live stargazing events from the University's Siding Spring Observatory over two weeks in March and April.

Stargazing Live comes to ANU
In a discovery that could aid malaria vaccine research, scientists led by ANU have tracked immune cells and discovered a key molecule that helps them to find and kill microbes that infect the liver such as malaria.

Scientists solve mystery of immune cells in the liver
A cartoon that cures: intestinal worm infections in Myanmar are being tackled with an animated cartoon.

Washing away disease - ANU Reporter
A great article from HerCanberra about the strength of Canberra as a “city of design”, featuring some of our superstar graduates from the ANU School of Art & Design.

Why art is at the heart of the matter -
Canberra's first astronomical teaching observatory for school students has been officially opened at the University's Mount Stromlo Observatory on the site of a telescope that had been destroyed in the 2003 bushfires.

New telescope for ACT schools at Mt Stromlo
“This map is a giant symbolic rebuke to the ill-founded notion of terra nullius.” - Professor Nicholas Evans on a ground-breaking map on Aboriginal languages that is now celebrating its 50th anniversary.

Aboriginal Languages of Australia Map
Let Sarah's story inspire you and find out how to apply for the next Engineers Without Borders Australia Humanitarian Design Summit starting in June.

From Canberra to Koh Chraeng
What happens in the aftermath of a natural disaster when entire communities need to be permanently relocated?

Disaster recovery and mass relocation: how to predict legal roadblocks
The ANU School of Art & Design will live stream the 'Enchanted Isles, Fatal Shores: Living Versailles' conference on Facebook from the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. Check out the schedule on the conference page below, then tune in from 10am Friday 17 March.

Living Versailles
Dreaming of an ocean cruise? Earth Sciences #rockstar Jennifer Wurtzel shares what it is like to live on a boat for two months, researching past climates with 30 other scientists.

My Life At Sea
Some of Australia's top business leaders joined executives from ANU on Friday as part of a major plan to bolster collaboration and research between the University and Australian industry.

ANU and business leaders to boost collaboration