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Jul
2017

ANU primatology students' once-in-a-lifetime experience with Dr Jane Goodall

It’s not every day you get to meet your hero – or heroine. Eight ANU primatology students did just that, during world-renowned...
20
Jul
2017

Jane Austen: entertaining and still relevant 200 years on

As the world marks the 200th anniversary of the death of English author Jane Austen, a leading expert in her works at ANU said her books...
13
Jul
2017

A family affair: mother-daughter team graduate together

Imagine enrolling at university then having your daughter enrol in a similar degree at the same university. Then, six months out from...
13
Jul
2017

Could there be a link between genocide and suicide?

By  Professor Colin Tatz, Visiting Professor, ANU School of Politics and International Relations.   Genocide and suicide...
13
Jul
2017

Note to Liberals: on the leadership front, best to keep calm and carry on

By Dr Chris Wallace, Research Fellow (ARC DECRA), National Centre of Biography, ANU School of History.   Do politicians read...
13
Jul
2017

Australia doesn’t have a population policy – why?

By Dr Liz Allen, Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research.    Australia lacks an overarching...
13
Jul
2017

ANU honours for Dr Brendan Nelson

The ANU has honoured former Liberal Party leader and diplomat Dr Brendan Nelson for his contribution to health, Australian politics,...
30
Jun
2017

Revolution resonates in modern Russia 100 years on

The events of the 1917 Russian Revolution continue to reverberate throughout Russia and Eurasia, even if scholars, politicians and ordinary...
29
Jun
2017

Census 2016: what’s changed for Indigenous Australians?

By Associate Professor Nicholas Biddle, Senior Fellow at the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) and Deputy Director of...
28
Jun
2017

How the gas industry can help fight climate change in Siberia

By Emeritus Professor Anthony Hopkins, School of Sociology.   Permafrost is the layer of permanently frozen earth – over a 1,000...

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