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ANU scientists have developed a new method to scan the deep interior of planets in our solar system using a single seismometer.
Revelations from 17-million-year-old ape teeth could lead to new insights on early human evolution »
The timing and intensity of the seasons shapes life all around us, including tool use by birds, the evolutionary diversification of giraffes, and the behaviour...
There's nothing like the fresh eggs from your own hens, the more than 400,000 Australians who keep backyard chooks will tell you. Unfortunately, it...
A new Nature Geoscience study from The Australian National University (ANU) offers further clues about what happened to the Mediterranean during a tumultuous...
PhD student Rachel Kirby has been knitting for about 10 years, but her latest creation is out of this world.
Future weather and climate predictions have been given a major boost with the launch of a new national research facility worth $7.6 million.
Congratulations to Professor Phil Cummins who has been awarded the Federal Public Service Medal at the Queen’s Birthday 2022.
Seminar presented by: Dr Rebecca McGirr, ACEAS Research Associate, Australian National University.
Parents the world over might try to encapsulate their child’s interests in a cake every time there’s a birthday, but it also happens every year at the...
Four Corners investigates the new critical minerals mining boom and finds Australia is in the box seat to exploit a surge in worldwide demand.
Nestled into the volcanic mountains of Nasu, Japan, a modest grey rock has stood the test of time.
Dr Mark Hoggard doesn’t seem like someone who would talk in favour of mining.