Research engineers have discovered how to control heat (and possibly sound) with a magnetic field.

Australian researchers have developed an exciting new membrane that can clean water in a much more energy efficient manner.

A new report has named Australia’s top 10 polluters, and unsurprisingly, they do not appear to like renewable energy.

Researchers are working on a way to turn aggressive leukaemia cells into grown-up immune cells.

Australian researchers are calling for a global review of sepsis guidelines, after a survey found one in eight patients with infections requiring intensive care did not meet current criteria.

Researchers are working on an advanced suite of diagnostic simulation tools in South Australia.

Australia’s elite universities want to keep up discussions about higher education funding, depsite the failure of the Federal Government’s bill this week.

Neuroscientists have used advanced techniques to find out just what happens in the brain when it learns something technical.

An incredible new technique could be the next big advance in 3D-printing.

The U.S. Department of Energy has funded a big breakthrough in the removal of carbon dioxide (CO2) from coal-fired power plants.

A new book has gathered the most recent knowledge on Australia’s stunning and unique assemblage of flora and fauna.

Two Australian PhD students have reached the final round of an international competition thanks to their exciting project to cost-effectively produce biofuel from algae.

Neuroscientists have found cells within the brain that control our circadian rhythms, the 24-hour processes behind sleep and wake cycles.

Hunter Water is consulting with legal experts to find out if it can release the findings of an investigation into coal seam gas sewer contamination.

An international group of investigators have created a database of lake surface temperatures, to help study the ecological effects of climate change.

Studies have shown that Police are ill-equipped to investigate non-criminal deaths, and face a challenge to avoid re-traumatising bereaved families as well as emotionally protecting themselves.

Engineers have built a ‘nano-piano’ to demonstrate a high-tech new recording medium.

An Australian expert has questioned the Coalition's much-lauded boat turn-back policy, saying it creates new dangers and spreads problems to our international neighbours.

A new project is building a set of maps that can predict the strength of any structure.

In Australia, childhood arthritis is now as common as childhood diabetes, but there are very few experts or treatment options around.

An innovative new program offers online treatment for people with insomnia, and is currently being trialled nationwide.

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