Government funding to private schools has grown by far more than public schools over the decade to 2017.

Japanese researchers have edited snail DNA to make their shells spiral the other way around.

WaterNSW has called for a curb on mining for two big coal mines in Sydney's catchment.

Australian scientists say the internet’s ‘trustability’ protocols are severely broken.

Local researchers have identified 70 previously unknown genes that contribute to people developing serious mental health disorders.

A new study suggests prison sentences do not significantly reduce rates of future violent crime.

Experts say Australia is in a STEM teaching crisis.

New stats show a drop in antibiotic use for the first time in decades, but overuse still persists.

The Queensland government is seeking a further review of Adani’s groundwater plans.

The Federal Government wants to pay companies to test space equipment in Australia.

A new robot is monitoring environmental water quality in Queensland.

Research suggests teaching circus skills can deliver significant mental health benefits for Australian children.

A new report warns climate change is a major threat to Australia’s financial stability, and poses substantial systemic economic risks.

Australian scientists have produced a 400-year long record of El Niño events that many thought was impossible to obtain.

A new assessment of global biodiversity paints a gloomy picture of the accelerating decline of life on Earth.

Reports this week show academics in despair over international students struggling to pass courses.

Unsealed rainwater tanks have been linked to Dengue outbreaks.

The Queensland Government has rejected Adani’s plan to protect an endangered bird.

Australian engineers have come up with a way to use a diamond nanoparticle as a thermometer.

The Bureau of Meteorology is working to revolutionise weather forecasting in WA.

A 160,000-year-old jawbone found in a Tibetan cave shows one of our ancestors travelled much further than we thought.

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