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Chemistry innovations around the world

Conference Catch Up

Thursday 22 September 2016
Posted By Edwin Clatworthy

PhD student Edwin Clatworthy explores the latest chemistry being done around the world. Read full article...

FOOD

Smart cities: Eating fair and local

Monday 05 September 2016
Posted By Dr. Alana Mann

Food’s role as essential urban infrastructure - inseparable from transport, health services, water and green spaces - should be on the minds of city planners and urban developers. Read full article...

Art & Museum

Arts, Science, Oceans

Wednesday 24 August 2016
Posted By Ann Elias

“This was one of the most enlightening and inclusive academic forums I’ve experienced. It showed that, given a shared goal like the health of the reef, finding a common language across the sciences, humanities, creative arts and social sciences is not as difficult as many of us imagine it to be." Read full article...

FOOD

Coffee adventures in Indonesia

Wednesday 17 August 2016
Posted By Josephine Wright

Every single day in Australia we drink our way through an average of 16 million coffees (ABS, 2014). We tend to take this brown drink pretty seriously. For some it is held up as lifeblood, the nectar of energy or good humour that punctuates their day. But how often do think about where our coffee comes from? Read full article...

Art & Museum

Night Parrot Stories with Robert Nugent

Wednesday 10 August 2016
Posted By Michelle St Anne

Filmmaker Rob Nugent (ANU) set out to collect stories of the Night Parrot, an elusive ground dwelling nocturnal bird living somewhere in the remote deserts of central Australia. The film ‘Night Parrot Stories’ is his journey to discover the bird.

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