Researchers are looking decades down the line for later-than-next-generation power sources.

Experts say the very idea of schooling needs to change to face the AI revolution.

Australia’s top biomedical institutions are joining forces as part of an ambitious global initiative to create an ‘instruction manual for life itself.’

Leading local biochemist and molecular biologist Professor John Shine AC has been elected President of the AAS.

Researchers may have discovered the chemical spark that led to life on Earth.

Australian researchers have made a significant step towards personalised medicine for pancreatic cancer.

Engineers have come up with a way to 3D-print stainless steel.

The UN says it is very likely that 2017 will be one of the three hottest years on record.

Research has shown that even some of the most stress-resistant WA coral is susceptible to bleaching.

Geoscience Australia is training computers to find hidden resources.

Health experts say Australia should consider vaccinating babies for meningococcal B.

Experts say the range of genetic screening undertaken by couples wanting to start a family should be expanded.

A new study suggests parents who supply their teens with alcohol to control how much they drink are often mistaken.

Artificial intelligence has been taught to identify people with suicidal thoughts by analysing their brain scans, according to a US study.

Researchers are working on ways to protect one new technology from another technology that barely exists.

Australian researchers have made a single tiny diamond shine with ‘superradiance’ at room temperature.

A major study of dingo DNA has revealed dingoes most likely migrated to Australia in two separate waves via a former land bridge with Papua New Guinea.

Experts say the health impacts of climate change are already being felt.

Marine scientists have genetically sequenced a whole coral organism for the first time.

A new study says Australia is one of just seven countries responsible for 60 per cent of the world's biodiversity loss from 1996-2008.

US scientists have devised a new method of gene editing that can find and replace single letters of DNA.

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