World MS Day May 30


I connect, We connect’ this World MS Day

ANU researchers are connecting with people living with MS in an aim to improve the clinical management and overall health of people living with the disease. MS Day 30 June.


From Ebola to COVID-19: skilled locals key to outbreak response

 Amy Parry: On a mission to change the status quo of international emergency response

Apana Lal


Why gender equality is key in climate change

While women are being disproportionately affected by climate change – we are not helpless victims. Women are resilient and fighting for change. Giving a voice, leadership, and education to women can be transformative for the communities they live in and beyond.

Man on laptop in evening


Boosting mental health online

ANU Researcher, Professor Philip Batterham talks about the benefits of online intervention for mental health.

Associate Professor Kamalini Lokug


Humanitarian, Doctor, Researcher, & “Pandemic Whisperer"

Associate Professor Kamalini Lokuge honoured as ANU Alumna of the Year

Professor Lyndall Strazdins

Analysis and opinion

Why men need to work like a woman

The yardsticks we use to measure gender equality in the workplace — women working the high-flying jobs traditionally held by men and equal pay for equal work — are sizing-up a broken system.

Photo of woman with data coding across image


ANU partnering with TenWise to develop improved systematic review technology

ANU Associate Professor has partnered with TenWise, a company that has developed machine learning and text-mining methodologies.

head phones on bright yellow background


Planting seeds for better mental health with new podcast series

Can you learn to manage stress and uncertainty? Absolutely – according to Bruce Christensen, Associate Dean for Culture and Wellbeing.


Women who lead: the power and the passion

Why is it that women-led countries have been so successful in their response to COVID-19?

Communities affected by bushfire smoke


What is the role of universities in a crisis?

Academics are sometimes mocked as working in ivory towers but their actions go well beyond the walls of an institution.