The Australia Space Agency’s first spacecraft has been booked for launch.

Evidence suggests there is virtually zero risk of ‘mad cow’ from blood donation in Australia.

Experts have unveiled the ‘Huntsman Telescope’: a “first of its kind” array in the Southern Hemisphere to study the faintest, most elusive clues to better understand galaxy lifecycles.

A new tool has uncovered the ‘elegant’ mechanism responsible for antibiotic tolerance in golden staph.

Plastic pollution appears to stimulate lake bacterial growth.

A critically endangered Australian tree is reaching across species in its ‘desperate’ attempt for survival.

Marine scientists have discovered that whale sharks eat plants, making them the world’s largest omnivore.

The Albanese Government’s emissions target could be wiped out by new coal and gas projects.

Experts say a good hot water system could save lives.

Experts want to bring attention to critical silicon sustainability in solar cell production.

Experts are testing whether drugs for type 2 diabetes can help those with type 1.

Experts say doctors determining a person’s eligibility for voluntary assisted dying face an “inherently uncertain and imprecise” task.

Researchers have reported on a new solar-powered tower that makes carbon-neutral jet fuel.

New research suggests belief in conspiracy theories may not be increasing.

Queensland councils want to protect the Great Barrier Reef by monitoring thousands of kilometres of unsealed country roads.

Researchers say they have made a breakthrough with cheap, safe, powdered hydrogen.

Australian scientists are working on a much faster way to spot antibiotic resistance.

Australian researchers have linked the collapse of an ancient Mayan city to drought.

Scientists are working on ways to produce biodiesel, aquaculture and livestock food from fast-growing microalgae.

An official report shows Australia’s land and wildlife are being gradually destroyed.

Scientists are investigating whether COVID-19 vaccines can impact the menstrual cycle.

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