In June and July 2018, the world watched with bated breath as a multinational rescue team fought to extract 12 young members of a football team and their coach from a deep, flooded cave system call
And indeed, every four years, enthusiastic knowledge seekers do get the golden opportunity to indulge in the pursuit of happiness—through the Spoken Sanskrit Summer School.
My name is Matthew Adeleye, a current PhD student at the CHL in the area of Archaeology and Natural History.
In early February, the Korean Studies community at ANU convened to welcome our new faculty member Dr Eunseon Kim, who joins us as Lecturer and Convenor of the Korean Language Program.
Brian Hukins, a graduate of Asian Studies (BAS) with a double minor in the Chinese Language and the Japanese Language, recently narrated his experience at ANU and shared his plans for the future.
Against the backdrop of a chaotic kick-off to 2020 to say the least, it was only fitting that the ANU State of the University address was highly anticipated by one and all.
The US Department of State is now accepting applications from emerging leaders across the Pacific for the YPL Conference in April.
Tasmania’s bushfires may have resulted in the release of significant amounts of mercury from burnt trees into the atmosphere. Our research shows that industrial mercury pollution from decades past has been locked up in west Tasmanian trees.
Via ANU Newsroom
The Mercury Australia (MA) network has been launched at ANU with the goal of assisting Australia to ratify the United Nations Minamata Convention on Mercury.
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