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CNTA Announces Co-Director, Ms Petronella Vaarzon-Morel
18
Jan
2022

CNTA Announces Co-Director, Ms Petronella Vaarzon-Morel

CNTA would like to welcome Ms Petronella Vaarzon-Morel as CNTA co-director with Professor Emeritus David Trigger. Petronella’s...
Applications Open for Student Scholarships and Grants
20
Dec
2021

Applications Open for Student Scholarships and Grants

A number of scholarships, awards and travel grants are currently open to students in bioanthropology, archaeology and anthropology....
Staff Recognised in 2021 CASS Awards for Excellence in Education
17
Dec
2021

Staff Recognised in 2021 CASS Awards for Excellence in Education

Four staff from the School of Archaeology and Anthropology have been recognised in the 2021 College of Arts and Social Sciences Awards for...
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...

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