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16 Mar 2023
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6 Mar 2023
Sometimes research projects have outcomes you can’t anticipate, such as finding yourself on an Instagram Live, surprising local front page news articles, and...
2 Mar 2023
What does mean for a local-national to do research in partnership with the interests and concerns of her people?
20 Feb 2023
The decoloyarns editorial team was thrilled when Caroline Hendy, an incoming PhD student in linguistics at the College of Asia and the Pacific, pitched this...
16 Jan 2023
The Fenner Education Hub have been chosen as joint recipients of the College of Science Award for Service in the Team Service Contribution category.
12 Jan 2023
A first-of-its-kind report has been released by researchers led by The Australian National University. Global warming is changing the water cycle and causing...
7 Jan 2023
African elephant numbers have dropped from about 26 million in the 1800s to 415,000 today. Due to their unique physiology, African elephants need hundreds of...
8 Dec 2022
Three exemplar Fenner educators received nominations for Vice Chancellors Awards - making The Fenner School the most nominated for education excellence of any...
4 Dec 2022
Hydropower is rapidly expanding in the Himalayan region of South Asia, with the International Energy Agency projecting that India’s installed hydropower will...
2 Dec 2022
What is it about Bruce Pascoe’s Dark Emu that is so polarising? As PhD scholars and early career researchers we feel compelled to ask this question of our...
16 Nov 2022
The greater glider is a combination of a lemur and a cat. They can soar up to 100 metres through the air. Dr Kara Youngentob from ANU Fenner School of...
2 Nov 2022
Described as an "environmental despot", Jair Bolsonaro's election defeat has been welcomed by climate change scientists and activists.