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26 Oct 2021
Four ANU experts warn that Pacific nations are at risk of being left behind in global climate negotiations if they aren’t a focus of the upcoming COP26 summit...
25 Oct 2021
A team of three postdoctoral researchers at The Fenner School have developed a web app that uses satellite observations to help Australian farmers better...
18 Oct 2021
For two ANU Fenner School students working from overseas, it takes three things to survive teaching and learning from lockdown.
14 Oct 2021
Fenner in the news - ‘Debilitating’: health impacts of smoke from Australia’s black summer bushfires revealed in study »
Only one in five people sought medical attention but half reported anxiety, depression and sleep loss.
13 Oct 2021
Prof Saul Cunningham spoke to ABC Radio's PM program about biodiversity loss.
24 Sep 2021
As winner of the 2021 National Young Landcare Leadership Award, Ms Gilbert intends to use the recognition to help promote caring for country methods passed on...
10 Sep 2021
As anyone who even just written a short essay can attest, writing a book is no easy task. How’d he do it? A rigidly-self-enforced daily target of at least 500...
9 Sep 2021
Fenner in the news - ‘Ambitious and exciting’: Scientists to account for National Parks’ flora, fauna and ferals »
For the first time, the public will be able to track the health of those two key conservation areas as part of a $10 million program to boost science and park...
9 Sep 2021
Living through a pandemic, conflicts, and climate change can feel like we’re carrying the weight of the world on our shoulders. So what does mental health look...
9 Sep 2021
The 40-spotted pardalote’s instinct to feather its own nest is the key to a plan being hatched by canny scientists hoping to stop one of Australia’s rarest...
8 Sep 2021
Do you have a strong interest in migratory shorebird conservation? Would you like to obtain skills in bird capture and tracking studies? We are seeking a PhD...
6 Sep 2021
Fenner in the news - Decaying forest wood releases a whopping 10.9 billion tonnes of carbon each year. This will increase under climate change »
If you’ve wandered through a forest, you’ve probably dodged dead, rotting branches or stumps scattered on the ground. This is “deadwood”, and it plays several...