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Aussie teeth contribute to research on the growth of Neanderthal infants
01
Dec
2021

Aussie teeth contribute to research on the growth of Neanderthal infants

A team of researchers including Associate Professor Alison Behie and Dr Justyna Miszkiewicz from ANU Biological Anthropology have...
23
Nov
2021

Prehistoric mums cared for kids better than we thought

A new study from The Australian National University (ANU) has revealed the death rate of babies in ancient societies is not a reflection of...
PhD Positions Available Now!
05
Aug
2021

PhD Positions Available Now!

We have two PhD positions available at the ANU to undertake research associated with an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship...
From microscopic things, big ideas grow
02
Aug
2021

From microscopic things, big ideas grow

Using a new technique that she and her thesis supervisor pioneered, Aleese Barron has discovered that sorghum and pearl millet were...
15
Jul
2021

ANU archaeologist awarded top honour for life's work

An Emeritus Professor with the ANU School of Archaeology and Anthropology whose work has changed the way we think about early human life...
Study offers new clues on domestication
22
Jun
2021

Study offers new clues on domestication

If you've ever wondered how your beloved pet pooch came to look so different from its wild relatives, biologists now have another piece of...
Greater risk for babies born during natural disasters
21
Jun
2021

Greater risk for babies born during natural disasters

Pregnant women exposed to natural disasters such as volcanoes are more likely to give birth prematurely, according to a new study by...

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