Cisco has contradicted Peter Dutton’s claims that the government’s decryption bill will not result in “back doors” in their products.

Flinders University academics are facing job uncertainty due to a restructure.

Australia's entire fleet of F-35s have been grounded following a crash.

Agricultural waste can be used to rapidly filter lead from wastewater, new research suggests.

New imaging and modelling technologies are transforming the field of plant science.

A report on a controversial $444 million reef funding injection has been delayed.

Experts say the tsunami threat to Sydney demands increased awareness.

Engineers are working on new gloves that let users touch, grasp and manipulate virtual objects.

The Federal Government has issued a national apology after decades of “agony and pain” from vaginal mesh implants.

Researchers have produced healthy mice with two mothers.

A new study by Australian researchers challenges conventional wisdom about the causes of diabetes.

ARENA will partner with Monash University for a microgrid trial that could see an entire campus powered by renewable energy.

A new alliance has formed with the aim of reversing the harms of overdiagnosis.

The Australian Academy of Science says a ‘downward-looking telescope’ should be used to unlock Australia’s hidden mineral wealth.

Student activists have rallied against “weapons research” at the University of Adelaide.

The World Bank Group has unveiled a new system to rank countries based on their human capital success ...

Gas bubbles produced by marine algae during photosynthesis “ring” when released, a new study has found.

A new coating can cut the build-up of algae and barnacles on ship hydraulic components, according to tests on HMAS Canberra.

Australian scientists have helped visualise a complex and critical part of photosynthesis.

A review has found over 90 per cent of students sexually harassed on campus at the University of Canberra did not report it.

The UN says greenhouse gas pollution must reach zero by about 2050 in order to stop global warming at 1.5 degrees.

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