The UN has again raised concerns over the state of the Great Barrier Reef.

Exposure therapy combined with aerobic exercise could help reduce PTSD symptoms, a new study has found.

A leading Australian academy has announced 50 scholarships for women in STEM.

Twenty per cent of Tasmanian teachers say they do not feel safe in the workplace.

An Australian researcher appears to have solved the mystery of why lightning zig-zags.

The WA Government continues to grapple with industrial relations fights on several fronts.

DNA experts have addressed a hearing into Kathleen Folbigg’s convictions for killing her four children.

CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology have released the State of the Climate Report 2022.

Scientists have discovered what one of Earth’s oldest animals had for its last meal.

Youth justice advocates have slammed the ‘e-carceration’ of young Queensland offenders.

Australian researchers have made a significant discovery in how the brain influences impulsive behaviour.

A radio telescope in remote Western Australia is building 3-dimensional maps of galaxies.

Researchers say unconscious bias and gender stereotypes are preventing teachers from intervening in bullying.

School students have helped identify thousands of insect species.

The Federal Government has pledged an extra $15 million to address a backlog in child abuse redress scheme.

CSIRO says its long-serving chief Dr Larry Marshall will conclude his third and final term in June 2023.

Economists say demand for workers is one of the strongest ‘pull factors’ for regional movers.

Personalised, gene-edited immune cells have been used to treat cancer in humans for the first time.

Media reports have revealed serious allegations of excessive force in Western Australia's only youth detention centre, Banksia Hill.

The world’s population is expected to hit 8 billion this week.

Australia’s CSIRO and DFAT have teamed up with Google to deliver a new coastal ecosystem mapping initiative.

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This year’s Nobel Prizes honour discoveries that unwind our notion of truth, our understanding of ourselves and the human story, the complexities of cells and the very basics of the universe. 

XENOTRANSPLANTATION - sounds like something that would happen to an ill-fated crew member in Star Trek, but it is also a technical term for using non-human parts to treat or enhance our own bodies. 

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, car-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.

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