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20 February 2017
Saltman Lecture 2017: Nick Cox 
"High-Field Pulse EPR - A Biophysical Toolbox for the Study of the Oxygen Evolving Complex"  The 2017 Saltman Lecturer at the...
8 February 2017
Congratulations to Stuart Ferrie on receiving the 2016 CRC Polymers Prize for the best honours thesis (‘The road to stereocontrol is not paved with zinc‘) in...
30 January 2017
Congratulations to Dr Andrew Gilbert on receiving the 2017 Wormit Award. The Wormit Award was established to recognize excellence in the development of new methods and...
30 January 2017
Three ANU postgraduate science students have received a financial boost that will enable them to do further research into their areas of expertise for the next three years....
6 December 2016
Congratulations to Professor Michelle Coote on been appointed as the first Australian Associate Editor of the premier Chemistry journal, the Journal of the American Chemical...
21 November 2016
Congratulations to Professor Michelle Coote on being awarded The HG Smith Medal for 2016. The HG Smith Medal is the premier research award of the Royal Australian Chemical...
27 October 2016
ANU graduate Ellen Cliff has been named the Queensland Rhodes Scholar for 2017 and will head to Oxford in September next year. Ms Cliff, who graduated in July with a...
14 October 2016
Understanding how and why chemical reactions occur has always been of huge importance. In particular, chemical reactions are essential to the development of many of the materials...
14 October 2016
Before the Research School of Chemistry opened in 1967 Australia did not have a chemical research institute that matched the quality of international institutions. Students of...
4 October 2016
Nicholas Cox wins international photosynthesis award | ANU...
14 September 2016
ANU has won $500,000 in new funding for innovation in the 2016-17 CBR Innovation Development Fund. The funding will support four ANU projects, from the College of Engineering...
13 September 2016
An international study led by The Australian National University (ANU) will help underpin the development of next-generation medical treatments and industrial applications such as...
8 September 2016
ANU will establish an international research program to improve ways to store renewable energy that can be integrated into the electricity grid under a new $8 million...
31 August 2016
Australian scientists have developed a new system for catching drug cheats in sport which they say could be available in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Scientists at the...
19 August 2016
Research led by The Australian National University (ANU) could lead to new ways to detect performance-enhancing drugs at the Olympics and other major...
16 August 2016
On Saturday the 13th of August, the RSC started off National Science week with one of our biggest outreach events ever, “The Chemistry of Scouting”. Approximately 1100...
9 August 2016
ANU chemistry researchers have been awarded for their work on an important milk protein, which is leading to a better understanding of the biochemical...
5 August 2016
The methyl anion H3C– was the strongest known base for 30 years, until Tian and colleagues made the lithium monoxide anion in 2008, which has held the record since. Now,...
1 August 2016
The Australian National University (ANU) and the CSIRO have opened a new collaborative research centre to focus on environment, agriculture and global...
19 July 2016
International research led by The Australian National University (ANU) has found how plants, such as rice and wheat, sense and respond to extreme drought stress, in a breakthrough...

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