With rivers drying up and platypuses becoming stranded, scientists are concerned for the future of the species.

Experts are pushing for more acoustic monitoring in freshwater systems.

The World Health Organization warns there is not enough money or innovation going into developing new antibiotics.

Years of plant research have been destroyed by hailstorms in the ACT.

A new independent national taskforce is tackling the significant deficit in the numbers of women studying engineering.

A long-running study has found people no longer believe working hard will lead to a better life.

CSIRO scientists have genetically engineered mosquitos that are resistant to spreading the dengue virus.

The Australian Government has signed a joint statement of cooperation on hydrogen fuel with Japan.

The United States’ National Security Agency (NSA) has discovered a major security flaw in Microsoft's Windows 10.

The Prime Minister has rejected claims that he has no real climate plans.

As our knowledge of the gut microbiome expands, researchers say the reproductive biome may be missing out.

New reports show hundreds of US police departments are using a face recognition app described as “dystopian”.

New studies suggest whooping cough is evolving into a superbug.

Australia's science minister wants the climate change debate to move several steps ahead.

NASA says the plume of smoke from Australia’s bushfires has encircled the planet.

Murdoch University has dropped a financial claim against a whistleblower academic.

Australian researchers have used liquid metals to develop new bacteria-shredding technology.

An Australian lab has claimed success in animal trials of a drug to ward off dementia.

An Australian research team has achieved a world first – producing human immune cells in a dish.

A gender balance has been achieved on the sub-Antarctic Macquarie Island for the first time.

Male scientists appear to frame their research findings more positively than female scientists, according to new research.

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