Perth’s newest village - White Gum Valley - will soon generate and sell its own electricity from a precinct of solar homes.

In an exciting breakthrough for diabetics, researchers have created insulin-making pancreas cells in a dish.

Experts say they are ‘working blind’ when it comes to predicting erosion along most of Australia’s coast.

Some intriguing documents suggest TasWater has been avoiding scientific findings about lead contamination.

History has been made for autonomous vehicles and space travel.

Australian engineers have created a new chip for the manipulation of light on the nano scale.

The US military has experimented with its new self-driving warship.

Rich nations need to work collaboratively with low- and middle-income countries to boost access to safe and affordable surgery for the world's poor, experts say.

The ethical debate about human genetic engineering has increased in pitch, with the publication of a new human embryo–editing paper.

Researchers have reported some success in experiments treating sugar dependence like drug abuse.

Media investigations suggest the Federal Government could write off billions of dollars of higher education loans.

Leaked emails have caused outrage among CSIRO workers this week.

Former Liberal leader John Hewson says the next global recession could be caused by climate change.

Biologists say an unlikely event from literary history could actually have happened.

Experts say ritual human sacrifice may have been key to keeping power in ancient communities.

Australian pedigree dog lovers are choosing dogs with severe genetic risks over healthier breeds, analysis shows.

Between $2.5 trillion and $24.2 trillion of global financial assets could be at risk due to climate change.

Australian researchers have demonstrated an exciting new way to regenerate human tissue with stem cells.

Engineers have taken over the mind of beetle and made it move to their will.

Academics and aboriginal rangers have come together near the Queensland-Northern Territory border to farm native spinifex grass for the world's strongest, thinnest condoms.

Researchers have reported success in a new combination of computer analysis and microscopy.

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