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ANU slips in world rankings

THE Australian National University has slipped in a respected world ranking of universities, but remains Australia’s top university.  In the tenth annual edition of Quacquarelli Symonds World University Rankings, the ANU dropped three places to 27th for […]

ANU research goes digital

THE Australian National University’s research will today go live on the internet. More than 400 theses, 4000 research papers and more than 2000 images will be added to the ANU’s digital collections. Vice-chancellor professor Ian […]

Economists agree on carbon

A RECENT survey of Australian economists has revealed around 60 per cent believe the carbon tax package is a good economic policy and 25 per cent disagree. The poll included 140 economists in response to […]

Home of public lectures

Our nation’s capital is an amazing place for extra-curricular activities; with lawns around the city crowded after hours with soccer and football and boot camp, pubs loaded with actually knowledgable trivia teams, back yards packed […]

ANU Student housing

Chief Minister Jon Stanhope, Federal Minister for Housing Tanya Plibersek and ANU Vice Chancellor Ian Chubb today announced that the university’s application for National Rental Affordibility Scheme was a success and as a result it […]