Chinese researchers have used quantum entanglement to send an encrypted message further than ever before.

CSIRO scientists are working to maximise every drop of irrigation water for farmers.

A new partnership aims to install specialised 3D-printers on submarines.

South Australia will be the site of Australia’s space mission control, forming the heart of the nation’s first space hub.

Researchers have reported a ‘massive uptick’ in anti-vaccination activity.

Australian researchers have developed a new type of flexible, recyclable electrodes for next-generation technology.

Engineers are converting carbon dioxide emissions into chemical building blocks for fuel and plastics.

The Federal Health Minister says Australia's COVID-19 studies could make it a leader in future medical research and clinical trials.

The world's largest all-electric commercial aircraft has taken off.

Australian scientists are designing robots to detect and deactivate landmines.

Australian researchers are looking at the immune cells that accumulate within tumours.

Millions have been raised for a new wastewater-to-renewable hydrogen project.

Experts are creating a new online learning community aimed at helping classrooms become more inclusive of the diverse learning needs of students.

After years of design and prototyping, experts are ready to build the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) in Western Australia – set to be the world’s largest telescope.

Families in regional and rural NSW have been receiving virtual parenting support from researchers at UNSW Sydney.

A new study shows deep reefs in Western Australia can be used as a refuge by marine forests from the impacts of ocean warming.

Scientists say shark nets should be replaced by drumlines in Queensland.

Experts say the overlooked “human factor” in water management rules can have serious consequences.

New research suggests the ‘mad scientist’ stereotype could be part of Australia’s STEM shortage.

Australian nuclear scientists have created ultrathin nanosheets that can separate ions from water.

Australian researchers have come up with a high-tech way to assemble single nanoparticles for futuristic devices.

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