High-tech drones have given a glimpse of the future of environmental monitoring.

More than 100 Natural World Heritage Sites are being destroyed by encroaching human activities.

Australian engineers have discovered an exciting new way to produce graphene – with soybean oil.

China is about to start using a new antibiotic in human medicine, but there is already some resistance to it.

South Australia’s Chief Scientist wants to keep nuclear power alive in discussions about long-term energy supply.

People with first aid skills could soon become first responders on triple-0 emergencies, with a new app being developed by Ambulance Victoria.

A new partnership should help address inequities in health services for rural and remote areas.

The Australian Research Council has backed a project to help clean up the CSG process.

CSIRO has published a report revealing many VPN apps are not as secure as they make out to be.

Biomolecular science professor Alan Mackay-Sim has been named Australian of the Year.

Quantum physicist Michelle Simmons says Australian physics lessons have become too ‘feminised’.

Scientists are investigating the idea of growing replacement human organs inside pigs.

Platelets - the wound-clotting agents of the blood - have been harnessed to deliver cancer treatment.

President Donald Trump has allowed controversial oil pipelines to move ahead, while gagging EPA workers.

A swarm of robots has measured waves and ocean currents in high-resolution 3D.

Physicists have invented a tiny device that creates the highest quality holographic images ever achieved.

Financial ties between researchers and drug companies are linked with positive results.

Australian engineers have unveiled a high-tech medical device to make brain surgery safer.

Encrypted email provider Lavabit is coming back, with improved protection and security.

Health experts are calling for greater independence and transparency from industry-sponsored patient advocacy groups.

A new study has looked at whether the fear of punishment influences peoples’ pirate behaviour.

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