Advocacy groups have joined forces to fight the “data drought” brought by dodgy internet in the bush.

A generous new industrial relations bill has passed Queensland Parliament.

The world’s first dengue fever vaccine is now available.

Going to sleep in a huff after a late night argument lets the anger seep deeper, researchers say.

MIT engineers have made water freeze at a temperature that would normally boil it.

Product placement of real-world gun brands in video games does not appear to affect attitudes towards the gun, a new study shows.

A new study suggests Australia could be much more into drugs than it appears.

Local governments say schools in Adelaide’s north are full.

Thousands of researchers have been brought together with the launch of the Future Earth Program this week.

Australia’s entry in Elon Musk’s SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition has been unveiled.

High-tech sensors and citizen scientists have tracked down a new meteorite in WA.

Enrolments for mining engineering degrees are plummeting – just as Australia’s mining sector is seeing a global rally in price.

Concerns have been raised about the high rate of forced ECT and low legal representation of mental health patients.

Some experts are concerned about plans to install Chinese technology on one of Australia’s most powerful supercomputers.

From antibiotic resistance to water purification in disaster zones, some of Australia’s top academic efforts have been honoured.

Compulsory coding classes will be rolled out across Queensland next year.

A government review has labelled Australia's university entrance system confusing, inconsistent and misunderstood.

Questions are being asked about the effectiveness of the upcoming youth detention review ...

CSIRO is seeking a full petaflop of processing power.

Craving chips with gravy? Researchers say they know why.

The WA Government is letting kids deliver its latest road safety message.

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