The Federal Government says its new guidelines will strengthen Australia's university sector to withstand foreign interference.

The Prime Minister says the AUKUS deal will also be used to share cutting edge technology.

Australian engineers have used special metals to construct pumps with no moving parts.

Experts say there are lessons to be learned from the global polio vaccine campaign in regard to COVID-19.

Rolls-Royce says it has the funding to develop mini nuclear reactors, and is encouraging Australia to get involved.

Brett Sutton and Stephen Duckett say there is a “missing recovery phase” in the national COVID-19 road map.

Experts say the gut microbiome–autism link might have to be reversed.

Covering buildings in solar panels could see Melbourne generate almost all the energy it needs.

Research suggests students who identify as ‘multilingual’ do better at school.

The WA Government says it will raise billions in debt in environmental and social-friendly markets.

Penicillin appears to significantly reduce rheumatic heart disease progression in children.

'Immune memory' may explain why some people do not catch COVID-19.

Experts say more funding should be provided to research health systems themselves.

A final agreement has been reached at the COP26 summit ...

The Federal Government says it wants to secure critical technology supply chains.

Universities say demand for postgraduate courses has surged during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Experts have released new details of dozens of black hole collisions and gravity wave events.

Australian engineers have created the thinnest X-ray detector ever produced.

Experts say a rapid swing of climate extremes has left the Great Barrier Reef a bleached ‘checkerboard’.

Researchers have assessed the impact of human sexual activity on beaches and sand dunes.

Next year, NASA will crash a spacecraft into an asteroid to test ideas for planetary defence.

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