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News, Student profile | 19 Feb 2024
Duo on a mission: Meet Jeanette and Charlotte Ryan, a mother-daughter team navigating their career paths at the ANU School of Medicine and Psychology.
News, Research story | 19 Feb 2024
A first-of-its-kind national study from The Australian National University (ANU) has debunked common myths about who smokes in Australia and will help provide better support and potentially life-saving interventions for 2.5 million daily smokers.
News | 14 Feb 2024
The idea that you will remember everything you experience is simply not the case. Here's how you can make strong memories from your favourite concerts.
News, Our ANU | 13 Feb 2024
As the new academic year looms on the horizon, we sat down with seasoned lecturer Associate Professor Krisztina Valter from the Australian National University (ANU) College of Health and Medicine who shared her top tips for first-year students gearing up for the exciting journey ahead.
News, Research story | 9 Feb 2024
Researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) have discovered a previously unknown ability of a group of immune system cells, known as Atypical B cells (ABCs), to fight infectious diseases such as malaria.
News, Research story | 6 Feb 2024
Wanting to do good for the environment can come with a serious emotional burden – two ANU experts share their insights on how to channel climate anxiety into positive change.
News, Research story | 23 Jan 2024
In a bid to increase accessibility, a new study by the Australian National University (ANU) School of Medicine and Psychology will look into the viability of the application of psychedelics in a group setting.
News, Research story | 15 Jan 2024
Three new recreational drugs that have never been reported in Australia before have been identified by chemists at Australia’s only fixed-site drug checking service, CanTEST, located in Canberra. According to scientists and clinicians from The Australian National University (ANU), the drugs could have effects similar to other stimulant-like substances such as MDMA, also known as ecstasy, and ketamine, a drug used as an anaesthetic for medical purposes.
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