Three experts share the 2021 Nobel prize in economics for showing how economics works in the physical world.

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2021 has been awarded to the people behind the development of a new and ingenious tool for molecule building: organocatalysis.

Astronomers have discovered unusual signals coming from the centre of our galaxy.

Engineers are testing a new robotic exoskeleton for amputees.

Australian engineers have come up with a high-tech ‘sandwich’ for the next generation of electronics.

Australian archaeologists are investigating life in the ‘micro society’ of the International Space Station (ISS).

Chronic fear of climate change is on the rise in young people.

New research shows some WA rivers are no longer perennial.

CSIRO has published a new online guide for home bushfire resilience ahead of this year’s fire season.

Australian researchers are working on a smarter way of dealing with plastic waste.

Long COVID now has a formal definition.

Health professionals want a 16-year-old law changed to allow more telehealth services.

New research shows pathogens can evolve to survive nanosilver treatment.

Queensland says it can double the world's green hydrogen production capacity with a single project.

The amount of potential rooftop solar energy could power the world.

Experts say the Federal Government must look at carbon offsets as essential for Australia to reach net zero emissions.

Analysts are concerned Australia’s university sector may be afflicted with ‘long COVID’.

American scientists have won the 2021 Nobel Prize for medicine for discovering how humans feel temperature and touch.

A new project could see medical doctors trained in the Northern Territory.

Australian researchers say they have worked out why artificial reefs attract more baitfish than natural reefs.

Three Laureates share this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics.

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Even though many of us have been forced indoors, the COVID-19 crisis is eroding our privacy.

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.

This week marked an astounding leap forward, scientifically speaking - taking a picture of something that cannot be seen.

Chiropractic is a surprisingly popular form of alternative medicine - so mainstream that it’s hardly ‘alternative’ and so non-scientific that it’s barely ‘medicine’.

Our cars are being programmed to kill us.

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