A Chinese fusion reactor has achieved a temperature of over 100 million degrees.

Over 200,000 Australians are now on the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), and almost all report positive experiences.

A new system developed in Australia can transmit data 12 million times quicker than the fastest NBN connection.

The next rounds of research grants have been delayed while the Government applies its new “national interest” test.

Australia’s top coral expert has been acknowledged for his courage in promoting science.

A new institute has been launched to transform the cultural status of mathematics in Australia.

The Climate Council says the severe drought gripping much of Australia has been exacerbated by climate change.

A crowdfunding campaign aimed at one of Australia’s most iconic but endangered animals has been launched this week.

A new report details the major transformations underway for the global energy sector, driven largely by renewables.

An upcoming meeting should see the standard kilogram changed.

A new research partnership will see vast amounts of WA agricultural data collected and analysed to help farmers make more informed decisions.

Many foods labelled as “gluten-free” in fact contain gluten, new research suggests.

Stats show there has been a fairly slow uptake of medical cannabis, possibly because of a lack of good evidence.

A new project is using drones to track and model the erosion caused by feral horses in NSW.

Australia’s new face-matching system will be prone to misreading non-Caucasian faces, experts say.

A quick neck scan could spot people at risk of dementia years before symptoms appear, researchers claim.

A new study suggests parasites in the intestines provide protection against infection in other organs.

Stanford University has demonstrated that heat from the sun and the chill of outer space can be collected simultaneously with a single device.

Australian researchers have dated some of the oldest known figurative art.

A review of Melbourne rivers has revealed a cocktail of pharmaceuticals that could put wildlife at risk.

Australian researchers have demonstrated a procedure for making precise measurements of speed, acceleration, material properties and even gravity waves ...

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