A new report says there is very little investigation or even recognition of the seriousness of wildlife crime.

Evidence of the harmful effect of pesticides on bees continues to grow.

Australian scientists have completed a $20 million survey of the Great Australian Bight, uncovering new aquatic species and oil reserves.

Environmentalists say Australian power stations produce levels of toxic air pollution that would be illegal in ...

Engineers have come up with a nano-tech way to purify vast volumes of water.

University of Queensland scientists have discovered that new brain cells can be produced in the adult amygdala, a region of the brain important for processing emotional memories.

Experts say there is enough space in the open ocean for a massive expansion of marine aquaculture.

A review of the world’s river systems suggests rural areas are drying up while urban centres face higher flood risks.

Engineers have created a new super material by combining spider silk with nanotubes.

The world faces two massive global challenges – food and energy security – which could be solved by farming.

Researchers have created bendable batteries for implanting in the body.

Stanford University engineers are working on dynamic windows that can switch from transparent to opaque or back again in under a minute.

Australian research has found USB connections to be vulnerable to information ‘leakage’, making them even less secure than previously thought.

Engraved human bones unearthed in the UK may have been engraved as part of a cannibalistic ritual during the Palaeolithic period, research shows.

A new study says teachers are struggling to deal with primary schoolers who exhibit inappropriate sexual behaviour.

The Royal Hobart Hospital has Tasmania's largest public hospital has been stripped of its accreditation for psychiatry care training.

An artificial womb has successfully incubated healthy baby lambs for a period of one week ...

The ego-stripping nature of psychedelic drugs could help mental health treatment, according to academics at the University of Adelaide.

Groundwater experts say the NSW Government is ignoring scientific evidence ...

More than 100 scientists and policymakers have met in Canberra ...

A new study looks at why some women support sexist social systems that actually disadvantage them.

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