Australia’s new submarine deal will require a generation of nuclear specialists to be trained.

Australia’s main university lobby is unsure which countries are a foreign interference risk.

A UK-based data analytics firm is using artificial intelligence (AI) to help activist investors maximise profits.

ANU astrophysicists have uncovered the previously unknown origin of gamma-rays.

Exposure to toxoplasma, a disease carried by cats, may increase the likelihood of developing psychosis in young people already at risk.

Religious schools in Victoria are losing the right to sack LGBTQ staff.

New research shows people unconsciously synchronise bodily functions when they share an experience.

Drug companies have come together to urge plain language in medical journals.

The University of Melbourne is repaying around $9.5 million owed to casual academics.

CSIRO experts will soon compete in what is effectively the robot Olympics.

NASA’s Perseverance Rover has picked up some truly groundbreaking rocks.

Australia’s newest mass surveillance laws deal a damaging blow to digital rights.

Engineers at RMIT are 3D-printing hypersonic aircraft parts.

Analysts are picking apart the Federal Government’s much-lauded Doherty modeling.

More than 200 scientific journals have put out a simultaneous call for climate action.

Scott Morrison has delivered a series of hollow platitudes in his keynote address to the National Summit on Women’s Safety.

Australia’s Innovative Research Universities (IRU) group is growing.

Business leaders say there should be strong technological ties between Australia and India.

New research reveals how star-making pollutes the cosmos.

Australia is girt by sea that contains important, but unprotected, archeological sites.

First Nations communities along the Murray-Darling Basin want a new concept for water management to be put into practice.

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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.

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