Australian researchers have created a incredibly sensitive new device that uses a single atom as its sensor.

A fleet of wind and solar-powered ocean drones will soon capture valuable data off Australian coasts.

The Chinese space station Tiangong-1 should crash somewhere on Earth around Easter.

Australian researchers are developing data mining software to predict civil unrest and other big social changes.

Experts say diabetes should be treated as five separate illnesses.

A new study looks at how LSD dissolves the ego.

Research has found significant links between medical interventions such as c-sections and a child’s long-term health.

Child abuse images have been found in bitcoin's blockchain.

New stats show just one in four undergraduate students is admitted to university based on their ...

An ASEAN education meeting has heard calls for Australian universities to stop relying so heavily on Chinese international students.

Australian creative industries are a major economic force, but a new study to creatives to go digital or go bust.

A large proportion of commonly prescribed, non-antibacterial pharmaceuticals appear to affect the growth of the bacteria in our guts.

March 22 is World Water Day – a day set aside to focus on one of the most important elements of life on Earth.

Researchers are eavesdropping on fish to understand how healthy waterways are.

The question of whether agriculture or social structure came first in human development has long been a point of contention with historians.

A large-scale, real-world experiment has shown the risk of increasing ocean acidification to the Great Barrier Reef.

Experts say a single marine heatwave has been found to have released around nine million metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere – an amount equivalent to 1.6 million cars driven for 12 months.

Research suggests social media use at age 10 could reduce the wellbeing of adolescent girls.

Australian engineers are using advanced crystal technology to allow submarines to stay submerged longer ...

Australian scientists have developed a world-first, graphene-based filter that can remove more than 99 per cent of organic matter ...

AI can now diagnose and identify cancerous prostate samples as accurately as a professional pathologist.

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