Vocational colleges say hundreds of institutions teaching foreign students may face closure due to ...

Local archaeologists say cutting-edge techniques are needed to prove bold new claims about human history.

Researchers have measured levels of depression and anxiety for young people during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Almost $14 billion was spent on Australia's health system response to COVID-19 up until mid-2022, according to a report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.

A scarcity of talent could be hampering Australia’s quantum industry.

A new approach uses crowdsourced feedback to help train robots.

Gamifying safety appears to help teens prevent farm injury.

New driving standards are creating concerns for autistic drivers.

The Productivity Commission has called for free early education for low-income families.

Students want a campus sexual assault watchdog to be set up quickly.

New figures show a widening funding gap in Australia's education system, with an $800 million overfunding in private schools compared to a $4.5 billion shortfall for public schools.

The Federal Government is proposing strict new online safety measures.

Australia’s critical infrastructure - including ports, energy grids and water supplies - reported 143 cyber attacks over the past year ...

“Humanity is breaking all the wrong records when it comes to climate change,” says the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) ...

Male scientists are more likely to be referenced in papers, but women are catching up.

The University of Queensland has taken the top position in new local uni rankings.

The Federal Government is imposing “draconian” measures on recently-released foreigners.

ASTRO 3D has reached gender parity in astronomy within just five years.

Significant industry involvement in clinical trials has prompted transparency concerns.

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has defended its move to eliminate references to “merit” from its hiring policy.

Students will soon test a new work-from-home model.

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