Some of Australia’s top scientists have teamed up with a Japanese chemical firm to build next-gen batteries.

Victorian Aboriginal communities will soon elect representatives to draw lines for negotiating a treaty.

A new challenge national quantum-themed competition for game designers has been launched.

A diverse upbringing could help us better recognise faces across different races as adults.

Water vapour has been discovered in the atmosphere of a planet eight times as heavy and twice as large as Earth.

The Alice Springs council has thrown up a hurdle for the proposed National Indigenous Art Gallery.

An NDIS inquiry has heard outsourcing is hobbling the agency’s work.

A Canberra developer will pay a fine of $180,000 after a schoolboy broke his neck on a worksite.

A new report shows very slow progress toward a gender balance in corporate leadership.

A new research facility will attempt to trap atoms to protect Australia’s groundwater.

New research shows that soldiers have to care about robots they work with, but not too much.

The Federal Government wants a national rollout of a cashless debit card scheme labelled “unnecessary, expensive, stigmatising and impractical”.

The ANU is setting up a new facility to dig through incredible mounds of data from space.

New research suggests females are better at sustaining their performance during maths, science and reading tests than males.

A new plan will see teachers offered up to $50,000 to relocate from Melbourne to rural and regional schools.

YouTube has been fined $US170 million ($250 million) over allegations it collected children's personal data without their parents' consent.

The NT Government has used $10 vouchers and other sweeteners to entice remote students back to class.

The Australian Academy of Science wants to bring science and industry together to guide digital transformation.

The ‘no jab, no pay’ threat has prompted an extra 174,000 children to be vaccinated over the last year.

The Federal Government’s draft religious discrimination laws have been accused of privileging faith above all else.

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