A road safety survey has revealed Snapchat is a major threat to drivers.

US researchers claim to have developed a new gene editing technique more accurate than CRISPR.

Researchers have opened a new avenue to quantum computing with a breakthrough experiment: a large-scale quantum processor made entirely of light.

Australian computer scientists have helped create a 360-degree virtual dive tour of Iceland’s oldest shipwreck.

The Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science 2019 winners have been announced.

Experts say effective contraception could reduce future greenhouse gas emissions.

An analysis of wastewater has revealed socioeconomic links to diet and drug consumption.

Australia’s top universities could be helping develop mass surveillance and military technologies for China.

Queensland researchers have devised a new experiment linking an Einstein-devised paradox to quantum mechanics.

The Victorian Government has admitted Fujitsu pulled out of its Latrobe hi-tech education precinct project before last year's state election.

Experts say international governments cannot agree on how to regulate global carbon markets.

A new study has found endometriosis costs each sufferer around $31,000 per year.

Experts say chaotic approaches to energy policy have pushed up electricity prices and scared off investors.

Experts say liquid metal catalysts could be key to capturing carbon and cleaning up pollutants, and they can even be created in the kitchen.

The Nobel prize in chemistry has been awarded to three scientists for their work in developing lithium-ion batteries.

Negative reinforcement appears to be a better way to teach bees mathematics.

Chinese scientists have unveiled a new 500 megapixel ‘super camera’ that can spot a single person among tens of thousands.

Some outstanding Australians have been recognised for contributions to science.

Controversy has erupted over the awarding of this year’s Nobel Prize in Literature.

The Sun Smart program which told us all to Slip, Slop, Slap to reduce the rates of skin cancer, seems to have worked.

Australian researchers have created the world’s first comprehensive national-scale map of marine habitats.

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