Australian researchers have come up with a metal strip that can remove impurities like dyes and heavy metals from water.

A major Australian trial suggests taking a daily dose of aspirin does not lower the risk of death, disability or cardiovascular disease.

Men in the Australia/NZ region have a 1 in 2 chance of getting some sort of cancer in their lifetimes, according to the WHO.

Australian engineers have come up with a new photonic chip to process quantum information.

Queensland wants to become a leader in Australia's space race.

Engineers will soon deploy a rubbish-collection device for the giant rubbish patch in the Pacific Ocean.

A new study has assessed how attractive men find a women's body odour.

Authorities are using satellites to keep track of river flows in the northern Murray–Darling Basin in a bid to guard against water theft.

Researchers have used sound waves to create a bubble from a drop of water.

The Australian Academy of Science wants input on a national plan to get more women in STEM fields.

A new robot can use bat-like echolocation to navigate its surroundings.

New research could show why so many older drivers crash at roundabouts.

Australia would have 100 per cent renewable electricity by the early 2030s if the current rate of installations continues, analysis shows.

CSIRO has joined with law and tech firms to create blockchain-based legal contracts.

CSIRO has completed a three-year study of air quality in CSG-heavy areas of Queensland.

A UK doctor is out to bust the myth that drinking milk creates more phlegm.

Australian researchers are finding out how the noble gases can be used to treat health issues.

People around the world are buying probiotic supplements to boost digestive health, but new research suggests they might not be as effective as once thought.

Australian researchers are training AI to spot breast cancer.

Evidence of ancient cheese has pushed back the origin date for the delicious snack.

A major business leader says there is “hard evidence” of unconscious bias at work at some STEM organisations.

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