Queensland researchers have seen their work realised in the form of a 3D-printed shin bone.

Scientists have demonstrated self-reconfiguring modular robots that can merge, spilt and even self-heal.

Parkinson’s therapies could soon target an individual’s own unique brain, with a new technique developed by Australian researchers.

Carbohydrates could be the key to a successful malaria vaccine.

The Global Burden of Disease study (GBD) has been used to make global estimates for the state of the world’s health.

Pathological internet addiction should be recognised as a disorder needing treatment, an Australian expert says.

Aboriginal people were using fire management at least 41,000 years ago ...

A new combination of treatments has stopped melanoma ...

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft will soon finish its 20-year mission to explore Saturn with a dramatic dive into the planet.

Almost everyone has some kind of back pain, and new research suggests it may actually be a defence mechanism.

Researchers have developed a lithium-ion battery with far lower fire and explosive risks.

Experts have drafted new national guidelines to help diagnose people with autism.

A new tool for imaging life at the nanoscale - developed in Australia - could provide new insights into the molecules involved in neuro-degenerative diseases.

Four RMIT academics have been stood down for allegedly selling unauthorised e-books to students.

Meeting the goals of the Paris climate agreement could cost $1.5 trillion in company profits ...

Six Australian universities have made the top 100 in the latest Times Higher Education world university rankings.

Researchers have created a climate change microcosm to see how the ecosystem will respond.

Japanese astronomers have spotted a black hole one hundred thousand times the mass of our Sun poking out from a cloud of molecular gas near the centre of our galaxy.

Queensland researchers are programming drones to monitor coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef.

Researchers have used stem cells to restore function in a monkey model of Parkinson’s disease.

Whales use their teeth like a sieve to harvest vast amounts of food, but that may not always have been the case.

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