Two weeks in the rainforest: undergraduate field trip to the Daintree

Thirty-three undergraduate students from a variety of backgrounds spent 2 weeks in Cape Tribulation, north of Cairns, this month, as part of the BIOL 2203/33

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How rice loves sunrise and sunset

Zara discusses her research into the photosynthesis and respiration of rice, and how this might be used to improve rice yields and feed a growing population. 

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How rice loves sunrise and sunset

Waving a white flag - what message does coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef send?

Coral bleaching indicates that a reef is under stress. Australia’s Great Barrier Reef has experienced an increased rate of bleaching events in recent years.

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Coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef

Megan McDonald wins 2017 Peer Prize for Women in Science

Congratulations to Megan McDonald, who has won the 2017 Peer Prize for Women in Science, for her work on ToxA in wheat.

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Understanding wheat pathogens

Lending plants a hand to survive drought

A research team led by The Australian National University (ANU) has found a new way to help plants better survive drought by enhancing their natural ability to preserve water.

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ANU scientist Graham Farquhar first Australian to win Kyoto Prize

ANU congratulates distinguished scientist Graham Farquhar AO, who has become the first Australian to win a Kyoto Prize - the most prestigious international award for fields not traditionally honoured with a Nobel Prize.

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ANU scientist Graham Farquhar first Australian to win Kyoto Prize

Bioinformatics and Statistics Drop-In Session

Attended by bioinformaticians from ANU Bioinformatics Consultancy (ABC) and Terry Neeman from ANU Statistical Consulting Unit (SCU).

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ANU Parasitologists celebrate new international graduate school

Parasitologists at RSB, JCSMR and the Centre for Advanced Microscopy are celebrating a new dual PhD program that pairs ANU with Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany.

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News

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2017
Thirty-three undergraduate students from a variety of backgrounds spent 2 weeks...
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Jul
2017
Due to a continued growth in commitments, Justin Borevitz has stepped aside...
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Jun
2017
Congratulations to Megan McDonald, who has won the 2017 Peer Prize...
27
Jun
2017
Coral bleaching indicates that a reef is under stress. Australia’s Great...
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Jun
2017
A research team led by The Australian National University (ANU) has found a new...

Events

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Aug
2017
Plate tectonics has controlled the configuration of continents over billions of...
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2017
Foundation species play a role is establishing the bio-capacity of the...
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Aug
2017
Dr Matt Baker is a Lecturer in the School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular...
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Aug
2017
Nearly every major bacterial lineage studied to date possesses strains that...

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