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

Experts have used 30 years’ of data to assess the link between parental depression and kids’ education.

New research finds that for children, not all forms of screen time are made equal.

A report says loneliness is costing Australians up to $2.7 billion per year.

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

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

NBN Co wants to use technology to enhance agriculture.

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

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

Documents from a review into sexual abuse in Tasmanian public schools has raised concern about some employees.

A new review supports extra ‘resilience’ training in driver education.

Researchers have run a simple experiment to see what is the best deadline for actually achieving something.

Employers have warned that border re-opening will not solve Australia’s skill shortages.

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

Victoria is working on a state-wide anti-racism strategy.

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

A COVID-19 vaccine pioneer has been awarded the Prime Minister’s Prize for Science.

Regulators have allowed South Australian education institutions to collaborate for the return of international students.

New research suggests poor sleep may affect kids’ reading skills.

A new centre has been created to train a workforce in regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.

Federal agencies say extremist recruits are seeking military training.

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