Hundreds of prominent Australians have signed a letter calling for efforts to solve the biggest challenges facing humanity.

A new meta-analysis has found no long-term link between violent video games and youth aggression.

Experts expect the catastrophic 2019-2020 bushfire season to have increased the number of threatened native species in Australia.

Advanced new modelling could protect vulnerable communities from flood and storm damage.

Scientists have uncovered new details about the life of the ‘cockroach of the sea’ – the crown-of-thorns starfish.

The University of New South Wales is cutting nearly 500 full-time jobs.

A federal review of Australia’s key environmental law has called for a new independent regulator to be created.

CSIRO has bought into a company to help it produce flexible phone screens and other high-tech products.

Experts have raised concerns that the CSIRO has been compromised by its relationship with the CSG industry.

Experts say the Australia’s renewable energy transition makes economic sense.

Australian researchers have found new evidence of a highly unusual quantum state, which could be key to some revolutionary new devices.

Australian engineers have turned human hair into highly sensitive sensors.

Mobile phone data has been used to accurately predict personality traits.

Seven companies have been shortlisted for the next stage of the ARENA’s $70 million hydrogen funding.

Australian solar cell researchers have created a ‘solar-flow battery’ that can generate, store, and deliver renewable electricity in a single device.

The high rate of casualisation has been described as Australian universities’ “dirty secret”...

Experts have found that dog fur could be an effective and sustainable way to mop up dangerous environmental contaminants.

It appears that First Nations people occupied South Australia’s Riverland region much earlier than previously believed.

The latest methane figures show emissions increased by nine per cent - or 50 million tons - from 2007 to 2017.

Australian researchers are working on the world’s first real-time monitoring platform for rice fields.

Modelling suggests the world population will peak in 2064 at around 9.7 billion.

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