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12 Jan 2023
As campus takes a break, we have a look at some of the science which never stops – and the people who keep it running, every day of the year.
13 Dec 2022
Dr Tobias Hayashi studied a delicate little native orchid with a cool and clever adaptation to attract pollinators.
8 Dec 2022
Not content with the challenging conditions for crop production here on Earth, Associate Professor Caitlin Byrt is lending her expertise to an ambitious space...
19 Oct 2022
Helen Osmond has watched the ins and outs of one superb fairy-wren population for three decades.
27 May 2022
The raw material for evolution is much more abundant in wild animals than we previously believed, according to new research.
27 May 2022
To measure the speed of adaptive evolution in the wild, we studied 19 populations of birds and mammals over several decades. We found they were evolving at...
10 May 2022
The biologists and the linguists at ANU might sit on different sides of the campus, but Professor Lindell Bromham from the ANU Research School of Biology says...
16 Mar 2022
Alex Maier and a tape-worm: a 'hands-on' demonstration.
4 Jan 2022
Moths eating your clothes? It's actually their hungry little caterpillars: here's how to get rid of them »
Have you opened your post-lockdown wardrobe, only to discover some of your beautiful summer clothes have holes in them? You’re probably blaming clothes moths...
2 Nov 2021
While Angus Rae focuses intently on a captivating microscopic world, he is actually working towards a solution for an environmental catastrophe occurring on a...
13 Sep 2021
Since it’s Bad Bird Season, we ask cuckoo apologist - sorry, cuckoo expert - Professor Naomi Langmore to explain how it could possibly be that the cuckoo doesn...
5 Jul 2021
Professor Bruno von Schmarotzersindwunderbarhausen in his idiosyncratic attire is not something you would see during a regular day on campus. He only appears...