Universities have expressed dismay at “political interference” in the blocking of $4 million in grants.

NASA is preparing to send off the most prolific planet-hunting machine in history.

CSIRO has launched a new app to empower citizens scientists to monitor water quality.

Australian researchers have used video game software to enhance the safety of crane lift training and operation.

The ACT has proposed new laws to prevent discrimination against students and teachers based on their sexual identity.

New analysis suggests the location of a school is more important than whether it is public or private.

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has responded to claims it was damaging its forecasting.

Up to 20 per cent of kids in Queensland Indigenous communities do not have birth certificates.

People fleeing domestic violence have been warned that former partners could trace them via their children's myGov accounts.

Basic lifeforms have the potential to survive on Mars thanks to briny waters, US researchers say.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has delivered a formal apology on behalf of the nation for failing survivors of institutional child sex abuse.

Artificial intelligence has improved on human-designed quantum science experiments.

ASIC is reviewing school banking, following criticism of Commonwealth Bank's Dollarmites program.

Flinders University academics are facing job uncertainty due to a restructure.

A safety inquiry has exposed serious flaws in how the ACT Education Directorate handled incidents of violence against teachers.

The Federal Government says it will increase funding to Headspace by about 50 per cent next financial year.

The Morrison Government is facing internal pressure to move children off Nauru.

India's highest court has upheld the legality of a controversial biometric identity database.

ARENA will partner with Monash University for a microgrid trial that could see an entire campus powered by renewable energy.

A new alliance has formed with the aim of reversing the harms of overdiagnosis.

The Australian Academy of Science says a ‘downward-looking telescope’ should be used to unlock Australia’s hidden mineral wealth.

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