Scientists have discovered that cells inject each other, which could open a new line of attack on cancer.

A cutting-edge team has been formed to search for the oldest stars and galaxies in our universe.

A new study suggests that just opening a plastic bag or bottle may release microplastics.

Experts say the global COVID-19 shutdown should not be an excuse to stop climate action.

Both the federal and Queensland governments are pouring more money into research for a COVID-19 vaccine.

The first ever genetic map of the cerebral cortex has been produced with the help of Australian researchers.

A high-tech study of teeth has exposed ancient gender inequality in China.

A British study has found young vapers are less likely to try cigarettes later.

Queensland researchers say they have reached their funding goal for clinical trials of a possible COVID-19 vaccine.

A study in monkeys has found they do not develop a coronavirus infection the second time they are exposed, suggesting plasma from recovered patients could be a treatment for COVID-19.

Low-tech ‘bioreactors’ could be used to manage nitrogen run-off from farms to the Great Barrier Reef.

Scientists have discovered a giant reservoir of freshwater locked under the sea.

A mishap during an experiment has cracked a 58-year-old quantum physics puzzle.

Australia’s Closing the Gap policy has been dubbed a “medical response to what is effectively a political problem”, amid calls for stronger efforts.

New research shows how media coverage can cause people to search for information on an epidemic, regardless of the actual threat level.

Engineers have used graphene to create a thin film for thermal energy harvesting.

A new report belies the idea that burning LNG is better than burning coal.

CSIRO says plastic dumped in the ocean is making its way back to Australia’s beaches.

Australia's $80 billion Future Submarine Program is “dangerously off track”, according to a new report.

One of Australia’s leading health labs has expanded with a new facility to fast-track medicines to patients.

A study of billion-year-old rocks has revealed that the building blocks for life on Earth arrived much later than previously thought.

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