A Crawford School student is to head to China as part of a new program aiming to encourage greater cooperation between Australian and Chinese universities.
How do you take the complexity of an entire country’s policy landscape and turn it into a single ‘systems map’? CHRISTOPHER VAS offers some insights.
Battling rough high seas in a dinghy, incurring the wrath of village sorcerers and making school teachers flee in fear – the path to research can be much more than trawling through books.
Five ANU students will get the chance to network with some of the world’s most influential development and aid experts, thanks to a one off grant.
The 20th Anniversary of the first Vietnamese PhD students to study at ANU will be marked on Thursday at conference with a difference – the influential thinkers it draws from the southeast Asian country are all ANU graduates.
China is seeing through the smog and making major inroads towards reducing carbon emissions, according to a leading expert.
Researchers have shed some light on why some countries are more reluctant to agree to an international carbon price than others.
Premier of Tasmania, Lara Giddings, visits Crawford School for roundtable discussions addressing the potentially profound implications the rise and transformation of Asia could have on the small southern state.
The Millennium Development Goals are both too ambitious and not ambitious enough, writes TERENCE WOOD.
Are innovation, research and development ways to get out of economic trouble, or further into it? PAUL HARRIS writes that the answer lies in doing better innovation, instead of more of it.