Students across the country have gone on strike and held protests over the lack of political action to address climate change.

Teachers have walked off the job and swarmed South Australia’s Education Department ...

There is great concern this week about reports that the world’s first genetically edited babies have been born in China.

Researchers have found evidence of changes in climate coinciding with the first wave of European settlement of Australia.

Mars has a new robot resident after a successful touchdown this week.

Australian-led research has found air pollution may increase the risk of intellectual disabilities in kids.

A major NBN supplier has been targeted by a $400 million class action.

Drones are being used to provide a new perspective into shark behaviour.

Australia has made its first commercial rocket launch with a craft sent skyward from rural Queensland.

The Australian Academy of Science has outlined its priorities for the 2019 federal election.

Australia’s decade-long ‘education revolution’ appears to have disadvantaged many public schools.

An Australian neuroscientist has discovered a previously unknown area in the human brain.

School kids are going on strike next week to protest climate inaction.

Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan has reportedly put aside plans for a taskforce to scrutinise university responses to sexual assault and harassment.

International researchers have produced the world's first global vegetation database ...

A new plan would see families gain greater flexibility with how they use paid parental leave entitlements.

The federal education department has written off nearly $10 million from its failed national apprenticeship management IT system.

Questions are being asked about the credibility of the Queensland government’s poll to change the name of the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital.

Over 200,000 Australians are now on the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), and almost all report positive experiences.

The next rounds of research grants have been delayed while the Government applies its new “national interest” test.

Financial intelligence agency AUSTRAC has warned non-profits are vulnerable to terrorist infiltration and exploitation.

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