Some of Australia’s most futuristic machines are being used to study some of the nation’s oldest artworks.
New working groups have been announced for a nationwide research overhaul.
Academics have opened fire on myths spun by mining companies.
Japan's space agency has lost a newly-launched astronomy satellite.
Using water, a laser and some key chemicals, the chance to make carbon nanotubes on an industrial scale has come closer.
The Queensland Government has launched a surprising attack on job cuts at the CSIRO imposed by the Federal Government.
Anxiety disorders are some of the most common of all brain issues, and a new study on fruit flies may have shed some light on anxiety’s most basic mechanisms.
Australian engineers have unveiled exciting new nano-tech “smart packages”, which could change the way drugs are delivered.
Queensland researchers have taken another small step on the path to quantum computing.
Two experts have debated whether doctors should boycott working in Australia’s immigration detention centres.
A stunning piece of research has seen the entire HIV-1 genome cut out of a patient’s infected immune cells.
The National Heath and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has put up another $3.3 million for studies on illness and wind turbines.
South Australia’s enthusiasm to build a nuclear waste storage facility may be tempered by a new Australia Institute report.
Australian scientists have discovered special bacteria that help create platinum.
Korean engineers have unveiled a wearable, sweat-sensing patch that can monitor and regulate blood glucose levels.
A new report says China is responsible for about ten per cent of the global warming since the pre-industrial era.
CSIRO scientists have developed a new way to harvest stem cells, which is less invasive and reduces side effects for donors.
Researchers want to make Adelaide an ‘integrated smart city’ to demonstrate the mod-cons of tomorrow.
The age of personal gene sequencing is upon us, though many people are unwilling to decode their DNA.
Legal experts say there needs to be big reforms to protect privacy in the digital age.
Australian engineers say they have come up with a way to control high-tech materials in liquid using light.
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