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23 September 2022

Greed putting food delivery drivers at risk, researchers warn

Food delivery companies are willing to let vulnerable drivers die and are resisting safety regulations to maintain profits, researchers warn...

21 September 2022
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Prestigious appointment to British Academy for Evelyn Goh

Professor Evelyn Goh will take her expertise on East

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09 September 2022
Hiroshima A-Bomb Dome

Hiroshima exhibition at the Menzies Library

This week the ANU Japan Institute and the Menzies Library launched an exhibition, in collaboration with the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum.

29 August 2022
A skeleton uncovered by researchers.

Oldest case of a rare genetic condition discovered

A group of international researchers has uncovered evidence of a super rare genetic condition that gives men an extra X...

26 August 2022
Professor Jane Golley standing in front of building.

The Chinese economy: fact, fiction, faith and flexibility

Professor Jane Golley presented the annual ANU China in the World lecture on Tuesday 23 August. Here is an abridged...

25 August 2022
Woman holding human bone fragment in lab.

The talking dead: burials inform migrations in Indonesia

If three ancient bodies buried in Indonesia could talk, researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) say they would tell...

23 August 2022
Taiwan flag with blue sky and clouds.

Will China-Taiwan tensions lead to war?

With tensions again running high between China and Taiwan, a gathering storm threatens to erupt in the Taiwan Strait. Michael...

15 August 2022
person using mobile phone to pay for items at supermarket.

Workers left behind by Australia’s changing retail sector

Workers in Australia’s retail sector are being left behind as a wave of rapidly-changing technologies reshape the industry, according to...

22 July 2022

Aussies living remotely lack access to quality drinking water

Australians in more than 400 remote or regional communities lack access to good-quality drinking water, while about eight per cent...

20 July 2022

Australia must address China tech challenge in Indonesia

China's free large-scale technology training in Indonesia poses a major security challenge to Australia and the region, according to a ...

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