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Dr Larissa Schneider

Research focus: Larissa Schneider on the history of mercury in the Australian environment

An environmental scientist by training, Larissa pursued her PhD in environmental chemistry researching the environmental effects of metals released into the environment by coal-fired power stations

Hyaeweol Choi,Tessa Morris-Suzuki, Mongolian musician and Li Narangoa at the launch of the book

‘Informal life politics’: empowering people towards positive social change

This week marks the end of the ARC Laureate Project ‘Informal Life Politics’ led by Professor Tessa Morris-Suzuki.

ANU Religion Conference 2018

On Thursday 5th, Friday 6th and Saturday 7th of April the 2018 ANU Religion Conference was held in the Hedley Bull Building.

CHL student of the week: Lucy Bei

Lucy Bei knows that language influences how we understand ourselves and those around us.

CHL student of the week: Aanchal Chopra

Aanchal Chopra believes that interdisciplinarity is the key to success in the modern world.

CHL student of the week: David Sprinkle

David Sprinkle is working towards a new career as a China specialist.

India’s PM vows to overcome waste to promote growth

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has underlined his goal to achieve a “clean India” by October 2019 in order to help his country grow into an economic superpower.

ANU research reveals genetic timeline of early Pacific settlers

Researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) have helped put together the most comprehensive study ever conducted into the origins of people in Vanuatu – regarded as a geographic gatew

CHL student of the week: Evie Sharman

Evie Sharman is Pacific-minded.

Eugene Chew

Eugene Chew: winner of the Anthony Reid Prize in Southeast Asian Studies

Eugene Chew, a Master of Asia Pacific Studies student (2017) has won the Anthony


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