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19
Feb
2018

Third hand cigarette smoke not cause for panic

An Australian National University (ANU) anthropologist is warning against undue alarm as the concept of health concerns from third-hand-...
Dr Graham stands in front of a pharmacy wall, with a mural of medicines
02
Feb
2018

Anti-vaccination Facebook groups resemble 'small worlds': study

Anti-vaccination groups on Facebook exhibit 'small world' characteristics, feature mostly women members, and are durable networks which use...
24
Jan
2018

New research evaluates Google Translate for medical context

Digital translation tools have made huge strides in recent years due to advancements in machine learning. As they get better and better, we...
Image shows Asia Foundation's Gordon Hein on left, shaking hands with ANU Professor Matthew Gray
23
Jan
2018

Australian Data Archive to host Asia Foundation surveys

The Australian Data Archive and Asia Foundation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to allow the Archive to host the Asia...
17
Jan
2018

New research explores how we tell someone's age from their voice

We’re pretty good at guessing how old someone is just by hearing their voice. However, we’re not uniformly good at estimating the age of...
Matthew Jacob wears a black polo shirt and stands outside a building on the ANU campusNU campus
09
Jan
2018

Tuckwell Scholar and PPE grad becomes Stanford researcher

A high-achieving former Tuckwell Scholarship recipient, now CASS alumnus, has begun a research position at Stanford University. Matthew...
04
Jan
2018

Redefining knowledge of elderly people throughout history

An archaeologist from The Australian National University (ANU) is set to redefine what we know about elderly people in cultures throughout...
18
Dec
2017

ANU research on Japanese "silver backpackers" sheds light on gender norms

In 2011 Shiori Shakuto was out with friends in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. They were at the sort of place where expats, backpackers and locals...
Image shows Jason Payne leaning against brick wall, flanked by colourful leaves
15
Dec
2017

ANU Criminologist named one of Australia’s best university teachers

An ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences criminologist has been recognised as one of Australia’s best teachers. Dr Jason Payne is among...
Image shows from left Amin Saikal receiving his award from Gareth Evans. Colin Steele stands beside a lecturn
15
Dec
2017

Middle East expert, and former Chief Librarian, receive major awards from ANU

Two esteemed members of the College of Arts and Social Sciences have received major awards from The Australian National University for...

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