Exposure to toxoplasma, a disease carried by cats, may increase the likelihood of developing psychosis in young people already at risk.

Australia’s new submarine deal will require a generation of nuclear specialists to be trained.

ANU astrophysicists have uncovered the previously unknown origin of gamma-rays.

Australia’s main university lobby is unsure which countries are a foreign interference risk.

A new way of measuring ocean temperatures could lead to more accurate modelling of global warming.

New fracking exploration in the Northern Territory's Beetaloo Basin could begin within days, with federal funding spurring it along.

The Federal Government is funding a new range of meat and dairy alternatives.

Doctors are now urging the Federal Government to take on stronger climate change targets.

Experts say that the drying climate and water use has put the Murray Darling Basin at greater risk of fish deaths.

Citizen scientists are doing Poseidon’s work in NSW.

New research shows people unconsciously synchronise bodily functions when they share an experience.

Physicists have developed powerful new microscopic lasers that are smaller than the light wavelengths they produce.

The COVID-19 ‘Mu’ variant is on the rise, leading some to ask whether the world’s response will change.

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has released a new report into the broad health effects of COVID-19 on Australians so far.

ARENA can now fund carbon capture and storage projects, and more uses of gas power.

A giant carbon-capturing machine has been turned on in Iceland.

Australian researchers have developed a high-tech and efficient new system to transport data using atomically-thin semiconductors.

Drug companies have come together to urge plain language in medical journals.

A Sydney company is planning to start production of next-generation fire-resistant zinc-bromide batteries.

CSIRO experts will soon compete in what is effectively the robot Olympics.

The University of Melbourne is repaying around $9.5 million owed to casual academics.

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