In a world first, a man with a severed spinal cord has been able to walk again.

Australian researchers say sea levels did not move much in the last few thousand years, until recently.

A new study has shown more aspects to the role played by megakaryocytes - giant cells that leap into action when the body is wounded.

Scientists at China's Nanyang Technology University (NTU) have developed ultra-fast charging batteries that can be recharged up to 70 per cent in only two minutes.Chinese scientists have developed batteries that can be recharged up to 70 per cent in only two minutes.

Calls are coming from home and abroad while the Australian Government continues to hold back from full commitment to fighting the Ebola outbreak.

A new study shows that the colour red evokes similar ideas in humans and monkeys, suggesting that biology, rather than our culture, plays the fundamental role in “seeing red”.

Researchers have shined a light on one of the mechanisms that links depression and aging to an increased risk of disease.

A new deal means Australia’s robot revolution may start just south of Sydney.

A study covering over 3000 people has shown how effective whole DNA testing can be for finding diseases.

A University of Sydney Professor says that the recent Australian Curriculum review makes some assumptions that could greatly hinder the success of many students.

One of the people behind the new review of the English curriculum is facing accusations of racism, sexism, bigotry and having an horrendous sense of humour.

There are many completely false yet popular myths about the brain, and a new study say they can hinder factual learning.

The Federal Government's plan to close important research centres have drawn criticism almost immediately.

Australian engineering students have been officially recognised as world record holders for the fastest electric vehicle over a distance of 500 kilometres.

An archaeological dig has begun in Queensland, but it is a different kind to the sort usually seen in the fossil-heavy state.

Treasurer Joe Hockey has faced a fiery questioning over Australia’s environmental, economic and diplomatic place in the world.

A former Liberal Party leader and former Liberal prime minister have told their currently-serving colleagues to stay out of ANU’s business.

Australia’s National Imaging Facility (NIF) has switched on a scanner that can take a closer look at the entire body that virtually any other in the world.

While many miss the long gone days of hand-built automobiles, a trade show in the US has shown a glimpse of the automated, extruded car-making future.

Two Australian research teams have broken quantum computing records.

One of Australia’s cutting-edge research facilities wants to help young engineers get ahead.

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