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Homo floresiensis skull by Stuart Hay
22
Apr
2017

Origins of Indonesian ‘hobbits’ finally revealed

The most comprehensive study on the bones of Homo floresiensis, a species of tiny human discovered on the Indonesian island of Flores...
Man works on solar dish at ANU campus
19
Apr
2017

Government should support innovation, science - ANUpoll

A new ANUpoll has found a large majority of Australians support science and want politicians to rely more on the advice of scientists and...
Egon Kisch raising his first on ship in Australia
10
Apr
2017

Australian politics explainer: the White Australia policy

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has repeatedly claimed that Australia is the world’s most successful multicultural nation. While the...
06
Apr
2017

Online game leads researchers to international language discovery

Linguists from The Australian National University (ANU) have used data from a popular online game to find out why people confuse one...
Bombed out street in Mosul. Photography by Mstyslav Chernov, Wikipedia
04
Apr
2017

The tragedy of Mosul: battle against Islamic State is leading to all-too-familiar consequences

By Damian Doyle, PhD candidate, ANU Centre for Arab & Islamic Studies, and Dr Tristan Dunning, University of Queensland A tragedy...
Brazil flag
22
Mar
2017

New publication sheds light on Brazil’s Presidential processes

A special edition of the journal Policy Studies has shed new light on the complex political and policy process surrounding the Presidency...
Professor Mary Lou Rasmussen outside School of Sociology
01
Mar
2017

Sociologist tackles "anti-gender" campaigns in 2017’s first Professorial Lecture

The presenter of the College’s first Professorial Lecture of 2017 will share her research into the history of so-called “anti-gender” and...
France Meyer and her translation of 'Frankenstein in Baghdad'
20
Feb
2017

Acclaim for ANU academic’s translation of Arabic Frankenstein novel

France Meyer, a lecturer at The Australian National University’s Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies has been acclaimed for her French...
Ken Lampl
09
Feb
2017

New York composer to lead ANU School of Music

Internationally recognised composer and performer Ken Lampl, who has written music for more than 70 films, TV shows and video games, has...
Dr Koji Tanaka and Dr Nicholas Southwood
03
Feb
2017

ARC Future Fellowships for two ANU philosophers

Two philosophers at The Australian National University have received esteemed Future Fellowships from the Australian Research Council. Dr...

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