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23
May
2018

Major Equipment Grant win for ANU Biological Anthropology

The leading ANU Biological Anthropology department will become the only lab of its kind in Australasia with a new boost to its equipment...
22
May
2018

The 5 Types of Friends You Probably (Most Definitely) Have

The world is made up of two groups of people. People who think people can’t be reduced to types, and those who know they can. The father...
18
May
2018

Ancient human remains unearthed by ANU archaeologist

An ANU archaeologist has hailed her excavation of a Bronze Age burial mound in south west England a huge success with the discovery of an...
18
May
2018

Leading composer Andrew Ford new 2018 HC Coombs Fellow

English-born Australian composer, writer and radio presenter Dr Andrew Ford has embarked on a series of new musical works, public lectures...
16
May
2018

Q&A: Dynamics of Difference in Australia

In her new book Dynamics of Difference in Australia: Indigenous Past and Present in a Settler Country, Professor Francesca Merlan explores...
14
May
2018

CASS academics recognised in 2018 Vice-Chancellor's Awards for Excellence

CASS scholars in the fields of philosophy, languages and archaeology have received 2018 Vice-Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in...
09
May
2018

W.D. Borrie Prize Awarded to Demography student Qing Guan

Congratulations to Qing Guan, PhD Candidate in the ANU School of Demography, who has been awarded the 2017 W.D. Borrie...

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