A new study warns that up to 1,500 languages may no longer be spoken by the end of this century.

The first true millipede - a bug with over 1,000 legs - has been discovered in Western Australia.

Tens of thousands of school-leavers have filed for special entry to university next year.

WA Parliament has passed cultural heritage protection laws that may not work.

The Morrison Government is changing the Australian Research Council (ARC) funding process to promote its priorities.

Concern abounds after the Northern Territory awarded its largest ever groundwater licence.

Australians have assisted in the most challenging tests yet of Einstein’s general theory of relativity.

Experts say checking emails during the holiday period could be a health risk.

A recent review has provided powerful new tools for making Parliament safer.

Researchers have used virtual reality bushfires to study peoples’ responses.

New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet wants the states to take over responsibility for child care.

Many Australian businesses are still ignoring their role in modern slavery.

The Federal Government has announced new plans to lure doctors and nurses to rural, regional and remote areas.

The SA Government is sending more mental health staff to be sent to APY Lands.

CSIRO is helping boost the profits of Australia’s biggest companies.

Experts are working with artificial intelligence to develop fundamentally new problem-solving techniques.

CSIRO says it is reimagining the concept of intelligence by bringing together the best of human and machine thinking.

Satellite data has raised some questions about official methane figures.

The TGA has provisionally approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for 5 to 11-year-olds.

NSW teachers appear set to defy an order to scrap a planned strike.

The Federal Court has ordered $153 million in penalties against Australian Institute of Professional Education (AIPE).

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