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Australian COVID infection levels could be five times higher, study says

An Australia National University (ANU) study has found while Australia was leading the way in COVID-19 detection, infection levels may have been five times higher than originally reported by August.

UC and ANU collaborate on regional health facilities

A health collaboration between the University of Canberra (UC) and the Australian National University (ANU) saw two clinical training facilities in Cooma and Bega open today.

Young people’s mental health worsens: ANU study

An Australian National University (ANU) analysis has seen a continued worsening of mental health outcomes for young Australians, despite the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.

Your brain is a Bieber fan (even if you’re not) and it’s good for you

An Australian National University (ANU) researcher has found while she might not be a Belieber (a fan of Justin Bieber), her brain is – and yours could be, too!

ANU expert: Pandemic mismanagement to be Trump’s downfall

An Australian National University (ANU) expert has predicted Donald Trump’s pandemic mismanagement will cost him the election, as voting in the United States comes to a close today, 3 November.

Canberra women miss out in Federal Budget

The much anticipated 2020-21 Federal Budget was released last night, and while praised for its high spending, it has been criticised for its lack of focus on women.

ANU, Optus join forces for bushfire detection

The Australian National University (ANU) has joined forces with telecommunications giant Optus to develop a bushfire detection system that could detect bushfires early and put them out “within minutes”, with a pilot...

smartvote launched to inform ACT voters

A new online platform that helps undecided voters align their views with candidates in their electorate has been launched in the lead up to the 2020 ACT Election.

ANU explains why we believe fake news

Australian National University researchers have released their findings behind why fake news and conspiracy theories can be hard to decipher.

ACT university graduates highly employable

Over 90% of students graduating from Canberra universities are in full-time work within three years of completing their studies.

Survey looks at health impacts of 2020 on pregnant women

The impact of the summer bushfires and COVID-19 on pregnant women and their babies will be determined by a four-part survey being conducted by The Australian National University (ANU).

ANU School of Music connecting with Canberrans

The Australian National University’s School of Music has established a brand-new community advisory board, with a line-up of respected and diverse members to connect with Canberrans.