Queensland students claim their grades have dropped in the move to the ATAR system.

Two Australian universities have been linked to technology used to carry out mass human rights abuses.

A pre-emptive intervention for babies with early signs of autism appears successful.

New research has uncovered the parenting habits of one of our earliest ancestors.

The unemployment rate remains at 5.2 per cent, despite the creation of 500 jobs in June.

Experts want government funding to help make Australian cities healthier and more sustainable.

CSIRO has discovered Australia’s ‘once in a century drought’ in the early 1900s caused mass ecosystem collapse.

Australian researchers have helped identify genes associated with anorexia.

Australian has a hit a record level of immunisation among children.

University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has won a global award for home service robotics.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has appointed a new suicide prevention adviser.

Australian researchers have used AI to develop a more effective seasonal flu vaccine.

Conservatives are divided over the Morrison government's plan for Indigenous recognition.

A Victorian indigenous site older than the pyramids, the Acropolis and Stonehenge has won World Heritage status.

After several rounds of student climate strikes, advocates say it is now the adults’ turn.

The Morrison government has launched a review of workplace laws.

Another miniature Australian satellite will soon be in orbit.

MIT has announced plans to set up a new research centre in Adelaide's Lot Fourteen CBD innovation precinct.

An Australian professor has been given a unique role in a new NASA mission.

New research shows women working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields are facing barriers that require attitude changes and additional support.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison continues to resist plans to increase the dole.

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