NBN Co and CSIRO have joined forces for new projects.

The Federal Government has put up $8.5 million to continue a long-term women's health study.

Research suggests that if Australia had a net zero emissions target, it could trigger $63 billion in new investment.

Cat diseases have a $6 billion impact on human health in Australia, according to experts.

NASA has commissioned Australian researchers to develop software to analyse scientific data from Mars.

Queensland researchers are working on technology to restore damaged bones.

Researchers say stereotypical masculine traits do not seem to be linked to testosterone levels.

Australian intelligence agencies will soon launch their own satellite.

A new national cryopreservation service has been created to improve access to fertility care for young cancer patients.

Experts are lamenting a 29 per cent cut to funding of environmental studies courses.

The Nobel Prize in economics has gone to two people whose theoretical discoveries have improved auctions.

Conservationists want the Queensland Government to replace shark nets and drumlines with non-lethal alternatives.

Experts are calling for the creation of an official biodiversity-monitoring agency.

CSIRO has updated estimates of how long the SARS-CoV-2 virus survives on surfaces.

WA will soon host a high-tech space communications station.

Researchers have identified 48 genetic variants that influence if a person is left-handed, right-handed or ambidextrous.

Two scientists have won the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for inventing the CRISPR gene-editing tool.

A survey has found many Australians do not know individuals can make a difference to the health of the Great Barrier Reef.

The Bureau of Meteorology is warning of an increased risk of flooding this summer in the east and north of Australia.

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has called for ‘early action’ rather than ‘early warnings’ as extreme weather increases.

Experts are looking beyond binary for the next generation of multi-state memory.

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I am Tim Hall; a red-blooded, beer-drinking, Commodore-driving Australian male who has no interest in watching sports – at least, not the sports played by humans.

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