The National Archives of Australia has been granted $67.7 million in urgent federal funding.

British engineers have developed new inflatable, shape-changing spinal implants.

Researchers have reported the sudden loss of a large ice-covered Antarctic lake that once held more water than Sydney Harbour.

Experts say water quality programs have not done much to improve the Great Barrier Reef.

Up to 267 million people worldwide are at risk from sea-level rise.

Experts say the use of submerged cages may be the answer the aquaculture industry is looking for.

The Victorian Government is contributing $14 million to a battery facility and a regional hydrogen hub at university campuses.

Curtin University research has found tiny amounts of gold can be trapped inside pyrite, commonly known as ‘fool’s gold’.

The latest government intergenerational report predicts smaller population growth.

Engineers are developing a temporary, battery-less pacemaker.

Experts are using AI to improve premature baby care.

A new database should help oncologists make targeted cancer therapies more accessible.

The US has released a report on Pentagon-documented UFOs, while Australia says it is not looking for aliens.

The communications minister has been accused of being unusually involved with Australia Post.

Researchers have conducted a detailed study of the viruses in human poo.

Regional and rural health providers want pathways to be created to bring medical professionals back to the country.

Virgin Galactic has gained US government approval to launch customers into space.

Marine physicist Peter Ridd has had his day in the High Court against James Cook University.

Gravesites across Europe hold the answer to the ethnic origin of the Anglo-Saxons, according to Australian and international researchers.

Astronomers are looking for the best locations for alien civilisations to detect human life on Earth.

ASX CEO Dominic Stevens says the exchange is working on the world's richest blockchain.

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