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Four members of the ANU Arabic debating team in action at the Qatar Debate
11
May
2017

ANU students perform well at international Arabic language debating championships

For people who fear public speaking, debating is one thing they’d rather avoid – nevermind debating in a second language, in another...
09
May
2017

A bank heist in Paraguay’s ‘wild, wild west’ reveals the dark underbelly of free trade

By Dr Caroline Schuster, Lecturer, School of Archaeology and Anthropology. It was as brazen as it was spectacular: on April 24 2017,...
Composite image of a red for sale sign and the backs of a child, woman and man looking at a house
08
May
2017

ANUPoll finds the great Australian dream is fading

The 24th ANUPoll has found an overwhelming majority believe the great Australian dream of home ownership will be out of reach for future...
05
May
2017

World premiere of new Australian Carillon music

A collection of 10 new works for carillon will have their world premiere this Friday as part of a collaboration between The Australian...
03
May
2017

ANU study may offer first clues on social lives of extinct human relatives

A new study from The Australian National University (ANU) of the bony head-crests of male gorillas could provide some of the first clues...
From left, Professor Jacqueline Lo, Professor Paul Pickering, and Professor Li Chenjian stand together in front of a picture
03
May
2017

ANU, Peking University to explore greater exchanges

The Australian National University and Peking University have agreed to explore greater collaboration and exchanges between Australian and...
02
May
2017

Van Gogh and the Seasons is a sensitively curated crowd-pleaser despite a paucity of masterpiece

By Dr Anita Pisch, Visiting Fellow, School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics   Van Gogh and the Seasons, showing at the...
Dr Charles Miller
01
May
2017

Study upends wisdom on military interventions

Voters are willing to let their government continue military action if soldiers have died, but not if only money has been spent on military...
Close up image of pelvic bone taken by Clare McFadden
27
Apr
2017

Flawed forensic science may be hampering identification of human remains

Research from The Australian National University (ANU) has cast doubt on a method used in forensic science to determine whether skeletal...
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...

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